Tim Humes, a Vietnam veteran, says planned removal of the guns at Woodland Park is a selective effort to erase the city’s memories of war.  (Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times)
Humes, a Vietnam veteran, says planned removal of the guns at Woodland Park is a selective effort to erase the city’s memories of war. (Ellen M. Banner/The Seattle Times)
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Seattle war memorial to lose battle guns, drawing criticism even as city cites safety, costs

Two cannon-like guns from the 1800s will be relocated from the War Garden at Woodland Park to Chehalis. A local veteran fears the decision contributes to what he feels is a selective effort to erase the city’s memories of war.  VIEW Updated

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