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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Iwo Jima Memorial Why was it built?-This memorial was built to remember the battle of Iwo Jima. -The battle was at a Japanese base of the coast of Japan. -Many died during the battle, and was the bloodiest battle there. Who Built it?-Felix de Weldon created a picture in 72 hours, and in his free time.-He was not assigned to make it. -He made a sculpture of Joe Rosenthal's picture of the war. Where is it?-It is outside the walls of the Arlington national Cementary. At Arlington, Virginia. What does it look like? -The monument is six soldiers raising up a flag on a ten foot tall base.-It also has a canteen, and guns that are propritonal to real life. How was it built? -It was drawn as a picture, and later cast in bronze. -The casting process took three years by experienced artists. -Then it was disesembled and brought to Brooklyn, then Washington, DC. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Sources: Why does it look like that?-It is a replica of a picture taken at the Iwo Jima battle.-Joe Roenthal took the first picture. When was it built?-It was built then brought to D.C. in September of 1954. -The presidental proclamation was in June of 1961. Interesting Facts -The flag must fly 24 hours a day, and 365 days a year-The momument is around 78 feet tall. Memorials Height (in feet) 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Iwo Jima FBI Building Washington Monument Lincoln Memorial Pentagon Iwo Jima Memorial
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