William Lewis House
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... there will probably be no more unknown soldiers buried there from modern conflicts. Afterwards we looked at a few notable places and graves like the chaplains hill, which commemorates all the chaplains killed in WW1, WW2, Korea and Vietnam, and the grave of John Basilone Medal of Honor recipient and WW2 hero who was immortalised in the TV show The Pacific. From there we visited the rest of the Mall of national monuments including the Lincoln memorial, which is cavernous ...