Vietnam War Monument - Near Lincoln Memorial Hall, designed by Lin Jing, niece of Chinese architect Lin Huiyin. Black granite stele inscribes the names of all 58,267 soldiers killed or missing in the Vietnam War in the order of the date of their death. Flowers are constantly flowering here all the year round, suggesting the miss of relatives. This is a place worthy of people's reflection. The wounds of war are hard to heal for a long time. I remember the old mother I saw in front of the White House and her son died in the Vietnam War. For this reason, she raised her hand in front of the White House for several years and became a scene.
The war memorial is a memorial to the dead and a reflection on the war. The statue here is absolutely not a fearless past. There is a black flag hidden under the Star-Spangle Banner, which symbolizes the missing persons in the war. The walls on the side of the tunnel were short to high, engraved with the names of the dead. Next to it were the Star-Spangled Banner and some unfettered and cheerful squirrels.
Lin Ying's Vietnam War Monument is simpler than expected, but the design of the inverted V underground is still excellent. Combining with the grassy slope on the right side, the V character is not so depressed. It is the English victory sketch and the first Vietnamese English letter. The black marble bears the names of every American soldier killed in the Vietnam War.
The Vietnam War Monument is divided into two parts. The first part is a 500-foot-long inverted V-shaped wall made of black granite. The mirror-shaped black wall is engraved with the names of all U.S. military officers and soldiers. Most of them have died in battle. The names recorded on the wall reflect the visitors'figures, indicating that the dead soul is with us now. The second part of the Vietnam War Monument is the Monument for Men and Women Soldiers.
In front of the Vietnam War Monument is a group of male soldier statues. At the end of the monument is a group of female soldier statues. The mood of the monument is low and serious. The monument was designed by a Chinese-American female designer, who was a senior student in Yale University's Department of Architecture at that time. The famous architects Liang Sicheng and Lin Huiyin's niece Lin Ying. The Korean Monument and the Vietnam War Monument are on both sides of the Lincoln Memorial. They are solemn and solemn, but they are still angry, because the green eyes are full of cute squirrels!