Go For Broke Monument

Local nameGo For Broke Monument
LocationLittle Tokyo Historic District, Los Angeles, United States

The Go For Broke Monument in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, California, commemorates Japanese Americans who served in the United States Army during World War II. It was created by Los Angeles architect Roger M. Yanagita whose winning design was selected over 138 other submissions from around the world.

Design and construction of the monument commenced in 1991 with the dedication occurring on June 5, 1999. It is located at the end of North Central Street, adjacent to the Japanese American National Museum, and is surrounded on three sides by a pay-parking lot serving East Temple Street. The monument is accessible by the public at no cost.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go_for_Broke_Monument

Address 402 E Temple St, Los Angeles 90012, United States

Coordinates 34°3'4.071" N -118°14'20.695" E

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