The World War II Memorial Registry of Remembrances is an electronic database where the names of individuals who served our country, both in the military and on the home front, during World War II can be entered. Examples of serving on the home front are people working in defense plants, shipyards, etc. The World War II Memorial honors all who served, while the World War II Memorial Registry of Remembrances honors the individual. The database can be accessed using kiosks located a the memorial in Washington DC or by anybody with a computer. Once at the home page you can search to see if someone you know is enrolled. You can also enroll someone, (free of charge) from your computer. There is $10 fee for submitting a photo of the individual.
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