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Is your relative on St Clement War Memorial?

You may have read in the West Briton about a suggestion that the Parish War Memorial by Julian Foye should be moved to somewhere more accessible for people wishing to pay their respects.  303 more words

Another London Cenotaph - the Guards Division Memorial and the story of the Irish Guardsman statue modelled on two men.

BY RICHARD MADDOX

THE GUARDS DIVISION MEMORIAL (literally a five minute walk from Imperial War Museum’s Churchill War Rooms) stands on the edge of St James’ Park and faces London’s Horse Guards Parade. 359 more words

War Horse Memorial

While we are all very familiar with war memorials which remember, or act as a memorial to, people who took part in and/or died in wars one occasionally finds one to animals, most commonly horses. 429 more words

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Light Horse Memorial

The Light Horse Memorial is dedicated to South Australian Light Horsemen who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War I, specifically in three theatres of war – Egypt, Palestine and Gallipoli. 423 more words

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Auchentibber War Memorial - Renovation

I have learned yesterday that the Auchenitbber War Memorial is to soon be renovated by South Lanarkshire Council. The monument has been suffering in recent years due to heavy traffic and poor previous repairs. 561 more words

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The Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham

I’ve been to the Rock Cemetery, next to the Forest Recreation Ground, a number of times to take photographs (as you’ll see it contains some lovely monuments) but the main reason for my visit on this occasion was to make a pilgrimage of sorts to the grave of Watson Fothergill, the Nottingham architect I’ve written about… 259 more words

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National War Memorial – Lest We Forget

The National War Memorial has a prime corner sight at the intersection of North Terrace and Kintore Avenue and was opened in 1931 to commemorate those South Australians who gave their lives in World War I between 1914 and 1918. 418 more words

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