In a previous post I discussed the changes that have been made to the design of the proposed memorial in DC. In this post from the US World War One Centennial Commission you can see some architect’s views of the completed memorial as the design now stands. Also if you scroll down to the heading LEARN MORE and click on the button labelled  ‘WW1 Memorial Latest Designs’ you will actually see the original design in detail and can judge for yourself how much the scope and size of the project has been changed, for example, instead of three bas-relief walls of over 400 lineal feet there will now be only one such wall of 65 feet. And there is still another design review to be completed.

James (“Jim”) Patton BS BA MPA is a retired state official from Shawnee, Kansas and a frequent contributor to several WW1 e-publications, including "Roads to the Great War," "St. Mihiel Tripwire," "Over the Top" and "Medicine in the First World War." He has spent many hours walking the WW1 battlefields, and is also an authority on British regiments and a collector of their badges. An Army Engineer during the Vietnam War, he does work for the US World War 1 Centennial Commission and has memberships in the WW1 Historical Association, the Western Front Association, the Indian Military Historical Society and the Salonika Campaign Society.