"Always to remember" is an essay about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. It also includes photographs of the memorial and of Maya Lin. In an essay, explain whether the text and pictures together give you enough information to understand why the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is considered to be a moving monument to the soldiers who lost their lives in Vietnam. In your essay, use details form "Always to Remember" to explain why the memorial is moving, or describe what additional information might help you better understand the memorials impact.
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