Monuments Week- St.Louis Soldiers Memorial Exterior (First World War)

One of the titles that Christians use for Jesus is “Prince of Peace” this week while many of us celebrate Christ’s birth, let us take time to remember those who have died in war, be it for patriotism, honor, or to make the world safe for democracy, and hope for a day without war.

A statue of Athena Nike and a winged horse outside the St Louis Soldiers Memorial. Note the iron fencing, and the carvings of doughboys along the top of the building.

A statue of Athena Nike and a winged horse outside the St Louis Soldiers Memorial. Note the iron fencing, and the carvings of doughboys along the top of the building.

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