The Pacific National Cemetery is located on an extinct volcano, where more than 48,000 soldiers, many of whom are famous heroes of Hawaii, stand on the edge of the crater and have a panoramic view of the city.
When most bus tour groups pass by, tourists can't get off and take pictures. 1. The top platform overlooks Honolululu. 2. Many World War II martyrs are buried here and deserve to be remembered. For those of us who have not experienced war, we seldom realize the cruelty of war.
This is an outstanding representative of the Memorial of the Dead, and one of the three best places I have visited around the world. Two other places are Arlington National Cemetery and the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. Even if you are not a veteran or a veteran woman, I would like to invite you to visit this place. It's really impressive and very respectable.
Never forget the history, remember the disaster of human war. For those of us who have not experienced war, we seldom realize the cruelty of war. Looking at the people who died in World War II, I have a lot of thoughts.
Never forget the history, remember the disaster of human war. For those of us who have not experienced war, we seldom realize the cruelty of war. If you don't know the cruelty of the war, I suggest you take a quiet look at the American TV series Brothers Company, the last classic picture is still unforgettable. A game of rights is also recommended. It is believed that people who have served in the army, or family members who have served in the army, will feel very much about the war. Back to the point of view, if you drive here by yourself, you can come and see it. When most bus tour groups pass by, tourists can't get off and take pictures. 1. The top platform overlooks Honolululu. 2. Many World War II martyrs are buried here and deserve to be remembered.
In memory of the US military cemetery, it is quiet and green. If you have more time, you can come and have a look, but you must pay attention to sunscreen.
Looking at the people who died in World War II, I have a lot of thoughts. Americans killed in battle and people from other countries deserve our respect.
The Pacific National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific lies on a dead volcano called Punchbowl Crater north of downtown Honolulu, where 48,296 soldiers rest. The Memorial Cemetery has been included in "National Historic Sites and Monuments" to pay tribute to the sacrifices of the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force and their great achievements, as well as to the soldiers killed in the 20th century war, including the Pearl Harbor attack. Medal of Honor winners and other well-known Hawaiian heroes were also buried here, including Ellison Onizuka, Hawaii's first astronaut, and World War II veteran, President Barack Obama's grandfather Stanley Dunham. The names of 18,094 soldiers missing in World War II were inscribed on 10 "Courts of the Missing" on the side of the stairs of the cemetery monument in honor of them. In addition to the tranquil and solemn atmosphere, standing on the edge of Ponchbauer crater, you can also have a panoramic view of Honolululu. Sponsored by Veterans of the American Legion, the Pacific National Memorial Cemetery offers free, detailed walking guides.
I visited Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, USA. It's relatively small, but it's still green and quiet.
Major World War II hero monuments, medals of honor winners and other famous Hawaiian heroes are also buried here, with many famous soldiers'tombstones and names. It's nice. The environment is quiet.