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List of New York City parks relating to World War I facts for kids

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Statue at Doughboy Park, a park with a monument relating to World War I

Within the city-operated parks system of New York City, there are many parks that are either named after individuals who participated in World War I or contain monuments relating to the war.

Manhattan

The Bronx

  • Bronx Victory Memorial at Pelham Bay Park
  • Brust Park
  • D’Auria-Murphy Triangle
  • Devanney Triangle
  • Graham Triangle
  • Hawkins Park
  • O’Brien Oval
  • O’Neill Triangle
  • Owen Dolen Park (memorial)
  • Memorial Grove at Van Cortlandt Park
  • Woodrow Wilson Triangle
  • Sergeant Johnson Triangle
  • Vincent Ciccarone Playground
  • Wade Triangle
  • Woodlawn Heights War Memorial
  • Zimmerman Playground

Queens

  • Astoria Park Memorial
  • Barclay Triangle
  • Catholic War Veterans Triangle
  • Daniel O’Connell Playground
  • Doughboy Park
  • Dwyer Square
  • Fagan Square
  • Flushing Fields
  • Foch Sitting Area
  • Foothill Malls (Hollis World War Memorial)
  • Forest Park (Richmond Hill War Memorial)
  • Garlinge Triangle
  • Gordon Triangle
  • Glendale Veterans Triangle
  • Hillcrest Veterans Square
  • Howard Von Dohlen Playground
  • Kennedy Playground
  • Legion Triangle
  • Lost Battalion Hall
  • Luke J. Lang Square
  • Major Mark Park
  • MacDonald Park (New York City)|MacDonald Park
  • Mall Eighteen
  • McConnell Park
  • McKenna Triangle
  • McKee Triangle
  • Norelli-Hargreaves Playground
  • Norelli-Hargreaves Triangle
  • O'Connell Playground
  • Proctor-Hopson Circle
  • Queens Village Veterans Plaza
  • Ridgewood Veterans Triangle
  • Sergeant Colyer Square
  • Sohncke Square
  • Steinmann Triangle
  • Triangle 54 (memorial flagpole)
  • Veterans Park (New York City)|Veterans Park (Broad Channel)
  • Veterans Square
  • Wellbrook Triangle
  • Winfield War Memorial
  • William F. Moore Park

Brooklyn

  • Alben Triangle
  • Ascenzi Square
  • Beattie Square
  • Callahan–Kelly Playground
  • Freedom Triangle
  • HeisserTriangle
  • Highland Park (Dawn of Glory sculpture)
  • Ketchum Triangle
  • Person Square
  • Private Sonsire Triangle
  • Saratoga Park War Memorial
  • T. Raymond Nulty Square inside McCarren Park
  • William E. Sheridan Playground
  • Zion Triangle

Staten Island

  • Egbert Triangle
  • Levy Playground
  • Hero Park
  • Mahoney Playground
  • DeMatti Playground
  • Pleasant Plains Memorial
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