The city of New London, Wisconsin, is a small rural community along the Wolf River which had a population of about 5300 people in the years during the Viet Nam War. From within that population there came a high percentage of its citizens that answered the call to serve their country and ended up paying the ultimate sacrifice for that nation and what it represents. Twelve of New London's sons have their names inscribed on a monument under a spreading oak tree at the entrance of Memorial Park in New London which stands as a tribute to their unselfish loyalty to country. It is our hope, as eighth grade students of Emanuel Lutheran School in New London, a school at which some of these young men were confirmed, that this site will also serve as further tribute to all these young men. It is important to know that......We Remember.