Pittsburgh Submarine Memorial

Pittsburgh Submarine Memorial

A granite monument honoring the 52 subs and 3,505 officers and enlisted men who perished in World War II Also on display is a torpedo such as would have been used on American subs of that era. It is located on the grounds of Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall. The hall was dedicated in 1910 as a tribute to the men of the Union Army. The hall, designed by famed architect Henry Hornbostel in the grand scale of the Beaux Arts style, is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Date of Installation:

November 11, 1984

Organization Responsible for Installation:

Three Rivers Chapter, United States Submarine Veterans of World War II

Memorial War Era(s):



Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum, 4141 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 40 Degrees 26’ 41” North 79 Degrees 57’ 22” West The hall is located in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, adjacent to the University of Pittsburgh campus, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

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Pittsburgh Submarine Memorial

Pittsburgh Submarine Memorial

Pittsburgh Submarine Memorial


Published on September 26, 2021