Faces of War – The fifty Faces of War in bas-relief bronze reflect war’s far reaching impact on all who are touched by it – the soldier, marine, pilot, nurse, local farmer, enemy combatant, prisoner, spouse, parents, and children. The faces, continually “washed with tears”, display the anguish of conflict. Either by death or permanent change, the warrior’s unbridgeable divide between generations is reflected by teardrops that never pass between the soldier’s fingers and the child’s. This memorial near Atlanta is a small treasure that offers a quiet moment of reflection for any visitor.
See detailed photos and read the story in WARRIORS REMEMBERED.