Within a stone's throw of the Washington Monument, at eleven o'clcck on September the fourteenth, hands that made history were reclasped after nearly seventeen years of separation. Some of these heads and hands had grown a bit wrinkled and warped in the meantime, but they were still willing to do honor to their comrades, living and dead.
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