National WWII Memorial Reception
President Clinton spoke about the significance of, and the funding for, a proposed World War II Memorial in Washington, DC. Former Senator Dole and the project’s co-chair Mr. Smith also made brief comments about the importance of creating the memorial and the value it would have, not only for World War II veterans, but for all U.S. citizens. close
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Bill Clinton U.S. President United States
Bob Dole U.S. Senator (Former) [R] Kansas
Frederick W. Smith National Co-Chair World War II Memorial Campaign
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World War II Memorial Dedication
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Veterans Day at the Korean War Memorial
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Bob Dole at the World War II Memorial
Former Senators Bob Dole (R-KS) and Elizabeth Dole (R-NC) greeted visitors at the World War II Memorial in Washington,…