Title supplied by cataloger. Originally a 20-acre tract of land, the Los Angeles National Cemetery opened as one of 11 facilities operated by the Veterans Administration on lands shared with national veterans' homes or asylums for disabled soldiers. It was dedicated on May 22, 1889, and through the years has expanded to 114.5 acres. Those interred there are war veterans from the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, and other American conflicts. Marshal Grossman of the Community Relations Commission of the Jewish Federation Council speaks to the crowd in protest of President Reagan's visit to the German Cemetery where SS Soldiers are buried. The crowd met at the nearby Federal Building, from were they marched to the Westwood Veterans Cemetery. Photograph dated May 5, 1985.
1 photographic print :b&w ;20 x 34 cm. on sheet 26 x 36 cm. Photographic prints
Reagan, Ronald--Public opinion Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles.--Community Relations Council Los Angeles National Cemetery Jewish veterans--United States Tombs & sepulchral monuments--California--Westwood (Los Angeles) Cemeteries--California--Westwood (Los Angeles) Demonstrations--California--Westwood (Los Angeles) Protest movements--California--Los Angeles Crowds--California--Los Angeles Westwood (Los Angeles, Calif.) Los Angeles Herald-Examiner photographs Herald-Examiner Collection photographs