National Geographic : 1934 Jan
TO THE MEN WHO FOUGHT AT SEA At Gibraltar, wartime base of many an American raid on U-boats, this masonry archway and flights of steps have been built to commemorate activ ities of the United States Navy in this locality. The photograph was taken from the naval yards side, below the town. The architect, Paul P. Cret, of Philadelphia. Photograph from American Battle Monuments Commission ROLLS OF SOLDIERS "KNOWN BUT TOGOD" This pillared promenadeisone oftheloggias ofthechapel inthe Meuse Argonne Cemetery near Romagne-sous-Montfaucon. Fourteen panels inthe back walls speak in recognition of883 American soldiers who fellinthe Meuse-Argonne and whosefinal resting places arestill unknown (see Color Plates II and III).