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Memorial Rises Amid Protest; About 500 celebrate the unveiling of West Hollywood's monument to Soviet veterans of World War II. A few people express dismay.
Simmons, Ann; Los Angeles Times; May 9, 2005; p. B.3
CALIFORNIA; City to Honor Sacrifices of Soviet Soldiers; West Hollywood, home to many Russian immigrants, is planning to build a memorial to fighters who served during WWII.
Simmons, Ann M; Los Angeles Times; Feb 8, 2005; p. B.1
WWI vet should lie in Capitol, daughter says
Anonymous; Los Angeles Times; Mar 6, 2011; p. A.17
D.C. debates where to put WWI monument
Simon, Richard; Los Angeles Times; Dec 16, 2012; p. A.18
The Red Army Remembers; Soldiers: At a ceremony in West Hollywood, veterans who fought for the Soviet Union in World War II recall their struggles and the price of peace.
GLIONNA, JOHN M; Los Angeles Times; May 10, 1997; p. 1
2nd Greatest Movie Year After 1939? Your Pick
Kaltenbach, Chris; Los Angeles Times; Jul 2, 1998; p. 12
Commentary; A Soviet Memorial Etched by Ambiguity
Waldie, D J; Los Angeles Times; Feb 20, 2005; p. M.5
At Last, He'll Hear the Cheers Veterans: World War I soldier will ride in place of honor in Desert Storm parade. Doughboy didn't receive much of a welcome in 1918.
MORRIS SCHULATSKY; Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext); May 18, 1991; p. 3
BOOK REVIEW / MEMOIRS; An Artistic Woman's Struggle Through a Troublesome Life; MY MOTHER'S MUSIC: A Memoir by Paul West; Viking $22.95, 208 pages
Harris, Michael; Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext); Jun 10, 1996; p. 3
NEWS, TIPS & BARGAINS; D.C.'s variety is monumental; On this Fourth of July holiday, the new World War II Memorial, the National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery and tributes to women, ethnic groups and others show the country's dedication to those who have served.
Keck, Gayle; Los Angeles Times; Jul 4, 2004; p. L.3