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RIHA Journal 0167, Urmson

Fig. 01

US Military Cemetery at Anzio/Nettuno (Latium); official name: Rome-Sicily Military Cemetery; commissioned in 1947, construction begun in 1949, dedicated in 1956; Eric Gugler, architect, Ralph Griswold, landscape architect (photograph © Bob Utah, ABMC)

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Fig. 02

Resurrection, relief at front of museum, US Military Cemetery at Anzio/Nettuno (Latium), designed in 1949 by Paul Manship, carved in 1951 by Pietro Bibolotti (photograph © Domenico Tomei)

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US Military Cemetery at Impruneta (Tuscany); official name: Florence American Cemetery and Memorial; commissioned in 1947, construction begun in 1949, dedicated in 1960; J. K. Smith, architect, Michael Rapuano, landscape architect (photograph © Don Savage, ABMC)

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Fig. 04

War cemetery ("Totenburg") at Passo Pordoi/Pordoijoch (Dolomite Alps). By 1939, crypt finished and first storey of wall; construction halted at begin of WWII in 1939; construction resumed on the basis of original plans in 1957; dedicated in 1959; Robert Tischler, architect (photograph © Nicholas Philpot)

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Fig. 05

Suse Müller-Diefenbach, Mourning and Consolation, ca. 1960-1965, sculptural group in the entrance space, German War Cemetery at Cassino/Caira (Latium); overall plan by Robert Tischler, executed by Gerd Offenberg who designed interior of entrance hall; construction begun in 1959, dedicated in 1965 (photograph © Horst Vay, VDK Bildarchiv)

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German War Cemetery at Futa-Pass/Passo della Futa (Apennines); construction from 1961-1967, dedicated in 1969; Dieter Oesterlen, architect, Walter Rossow and Helmut Bournot, landscape architects (photograph © Kai Kappel)

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Fig. 07

Helmut Lander, mosaic at court of honor, German War Cemetery at Futa-Pass/Passo della Futa (Apennines); construction from 1961-1967, dedicated in 1969; Dieter Oesterlen, architect, Walter Rossow and Helmut Bournot, landscape architects (photograph © Kai Kappel)

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