Multimedia

Browse photos, videos, interactive websites and apps dedicated to memorializing those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces overseas. Their service, achievements, and sacrifice are illuminated — dive in to learn more.

Photos

From left, ABMC Deputy Secretary Robert J. Dalessandro, National WWII Museum President and CEO Stephen Watson, and ABMC Commissioner Evans C. Spiceland met to formalize partnership.
A bronze figure, symbolizing American youth, looks out over the graves at Ardennes American Cemetery. The figure was designed by C. Paul Jennewein. Photo Credit: Warrick Page/American Battle Monuments Commission.
The inside of the memorial building includes a chapel area as well as large battle maps. Photo Credit: Warrick Page/American Battle Monuments Commission.
More than 400 Americans are commemorated on the Tablets of the Missing at Ardennes American Cemetery. Photo Credit: Warrick Page/American Battle Monuments Commission.

Videos

More than a half million Americans gave their life during World War I and World War II. They died fighting to protect freedom and democracy around the world. Hear family members remember those they lost, who are buried overseas in North Africa American Cemetery.
On May 8, 1945 World War II ended in Europe. This piece was produced by the United News Company in 1945. Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
ABMC Secretary Max Cleland remembers the sacrifice of our fallen this Memorial Day weekend.
Established by Congress in 1923, ABMC manages 26 overseas military cemeteries, and 29 memorials, monuments, and markers.

Interactives

Experience the history of World War II with this interactive timeline. View maps, watch videos, see photos and read about the events that shaped the war.

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