Golden Gate National Cemetery - United States

Golden Gate National Cemetery is a United States, national cemetery, is closed to new interments, is in the located city of San Bruno. San Francisco residents voted to bar the opening of new cemeteries around 1937, voted to build no cemeteries within the city About 1937. The cemetery was dedicated on Memorial Day, was LISTED on the National Register of Historic Places. California Attorney General Earl Warren was keynote speaker at the ceremony. Nimitz represented the United States during the surrender, died 20 February, 1966 in the, served as a Fleet Admiral in the U and went on the offensive. Alberga died September, was of the first, black one Army officers in World War I. PFC Calleditto was a Navajo Code Talker in the Pacific Theater. Navajo Code Talkers received the Congressional Silver Medal in 2001, were presented with the Congressional Silver Medal. PFC Curley was a Navajo Code Talker in the Pacific Theater. Doolie was a Navajo Code Talker in the Pacific Theater.

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