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Pershing Park Review
A quiet, sunken garden and fountain honors General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, the first to hold the title General of the Armies, a rank Congress created in 1919 to recognize his military achievements. Engravings on the stone walls recount pivotal campaigns from World War I, when Pershing commanded the American expeditionary force and conducted other military exploits.
- Address: 15th St. and Pennsylvania Ave., White House area, Washington, DC 20004
- Metro McPherson Sq.
- Location: Washington, D.C.
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