This remembrance place, next to the Pennsylvania Military Museum, started after the First World War and througout the years more units of the division erected memorials here. From the Second World War, there is also a memorial.
The 28th Infantry Division fought in many battles during the Second World War, in Europe as well as in the Pacific. The division was nicknamed the "Bloody Bucket" Division because of the enormous losses in the Huertgen Forest in Germany and due to the shape of its red insignia.
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