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Unidentified photographer, Unknown Soldier from World War I being taken from the USS Olympia at the Washington Navy Yard and transported to the US Capitol to lay in state. On November 11, 1921 the body was intered at Arlington National Cemetery, 1921, Color image, District of Columbia Public Library, LL/39598
 
Patriotism
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Introduction
606.01   Introduction to patriotism
606.02   Your country needs you
Flags
606.03   Flags
Photographers
606.04   Mole & Thomas: Symbols of American pride
606.05   SSgt Louis R. Lowery: First Flag Raising on Iwo Jima (23 February 1945)
606.06   Joe Rosenthal: Flag raising at Iwo Jima (23 February 1945)
606.07   Yevgeny Khaldei: Soldiers raising the flag of Soviet Union on the roof of Reichstag building in Berlin (2 May 1945)
606.08   Robert Frank: The Americans - The flag as a symbol
 
  
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