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Dover Patrol Monument
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- Location: Ft. Hamilton Pkwy and Shore Road
- Architect: Sir Aston Webb P.R.A.. & Son
- Description: Obelisk
- Materials: Westerly granite
- Dimensions: H: 75' W: 21'6" D: 21'6"
- Dedicated: 1931
- Donor: English Public Subscription
- Inscription: Side 1:
THIS MONUMENT / TO THE DOVER PATROL / ERECTED AS A TRIBUTE TO THE / COMRADSHIP AND SERVICE OF THE / AMERICAN NAVAL FORCES / IN EUROPE / DURING THE WORLD WAR. / MONUMENTS OF IDENTICAL DESIGN AT / DOVER ENGLAND--CAP BLANC NEZ FRANCE--NEW YORK, NY. / ERECTED FORM FUNDS PROVIDED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION / IN GREAT BRITAIN /
TO THE GLORY OF GOD / AND IN EVERLASTING / REMEMBERANCE OF / THE DOVER PATROL / 1914-1919 / THEY DIED THAT WE MIGHT LIVE / MAY WE BE / WORTHY OF THEIR SACRIFICE /
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