Vietnam Wall Names Now Interactive Through Footnote

Still another reason we love Footnote so much. Footnote has partnered again with the National Archives and have created a totally free access to search The Vietnam Wall names and read or add details to the list of fallen heroes.

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The Vietnam Wall names search is totally free to everyone. No subscription required.

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New info added May 2008. Read about this story here also:
http://vietnamwall.weebly.com/

One Response to “Vietnam Wall Names Now Interactive Through Footnote”

  • Anonymous:

    A web site similar to the one described above opened in 1997.

    The web site named THE VIRTUAL WALL at http://www.VirtualWall.org has thousands of personal tributes to the fallen in the form of letters, photographs, and citations.

    THE VIRTUAL WALL does not accept donations, fees, or advertising in order to honor the fallen.

    In 2001 THE VIRTUAL WALL partnered to take high-resolution photographs of the Wall, which can be browsed and zoomed at
    http://www.ViewTheWall.com

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