This essay discusses how the community in Oakland, California, in the 1920s considered and erected memorials to those who served and died in World War I, including plaques, flagpoles, proposed fountains, and the Veterans’ Memorial Building, as well as dozens of city streets renamed as WWI memorials.
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Forgotten, but Not Gone: Oakland's World War I Memorials
California History (2020) 97 (3): 195–199.
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Maria C. Brandt; Forgotten, but Not Gone: Oakland's World War I Memorials. California History 1 August 2020; 97 (3): 195–199. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/ch.2020.97.3.195
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