war of art

"Pearl Harbor–December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy…No matter how long it may take us to overcome this premeditated invasion.The American people, in their righteous might, will win through to absolute victory." These are the words of the thirty-second president Franklin. D. Roosevelt.People on the earth must never forget the tragedies of war and must never repeat the mistake of going to war.People have to shoulder the burden of the sin, so people have a duty to hand down the tragedies and horror of war on posterity.One significant way to urge them is the memorial.There are many memorial parks all over the world to pray and call for peace, but if the designs of the memorial were lack happiness of expression, people might misunderstand the war itself.The lacks of expressing war itself on the memorial might result in leading to disregard of curse of war.
The modern art have advanced as well as the technique have grown.Although each artists have different thoughts and expressions on their works, how to make a deep impression on every people and to get across to people about what they want to say are the main points for every artists.On public projects like designing the memorial, the designers also need to investigate and study the significant meanings of war, which is the most sinful act human did, to prevent misexpress them because it is a work for all people in this earth, not for the designers.And every people's wishes are same– piece.
On the other hand, in the new National World War II Memorial on Washington's National Mall, there is a hodgepodge of stone slabs, arches, stars and wartime homilies. Some of designs and placements of these monuments have misleading and doubtable expressions.
Too much things are going on there–stone slabs, bronze, walls, pool, wartime homilies etc…Each sculpture appeals the fault of war and wish piece, but there are

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