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December 22, 2014

Insight: A monument's missing men

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Posted: Sunday, May 25, 2014 3:00 am | Updated: 3:26 pm, Sun May 25, 2014.

A 1921 memorial dedicated to Calhoun Countians who died in service to their country  during World War I left off the names of 19 soldiers and sailors. On this Memorial Day 2014,  we tell the stories of those long-forgotten men.

On Armistice Day 1921, Calhoun Countians gathered on Quintard Avenue in Anniston to honor the local men who’d given their lives to win the Great War.

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