war memorial

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war memorial

a monument, usually an obelisk or cross, to those who die in a war, esp those from a particular locality
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Cleckheaton: Monday, November 7 - Dedication of Garden of Remembrance outside town hall at 11am; Friday, November 11 - Service at Memorial Park at 11am.
The couple visited the garden of remembrance and discovered their son's memorial stone had gone missing.
Main features: This consultation relates to a project management mission on a landscape study of requalification of the cemetery and the achievement of a columbarium and garden of remembrance.
ese will then be transferred to the oC/cial Garden of Remembrance, at Saltwell Park, Gateshead.
Around 120 children from St Margaret Mary's Catholic Infant School in Huyton paid their respects during the Garden of Remembrance event yesterday.
People can then place tributes in memory of everyone who has died in conflicts over the years in a garden of remembrance in the grounds of the cathedral ruins.
The walk started at Parade Gardens at noon and ended at the Garden of Remembrance, at New Jerusalem Church, Barry, at around 2.
55am at the War Memorial in the Garden of Remembrance, Alexandra Park, Coronation Road, Crosby.
Summary: The Queen has laid a wreath in the Garden of Remembrance, a Dublin memorial honouring Ireland's fight for independence.
Martin Cardinal, the Chancellor for the Diocese of Birmingham, gave grieving daughter, Joan Knightley, permission to have the ashes of her father, George Phillips, dug up from the Garden of Remembrance at St James, Handsworth.
The David Bloom Garden of Remembrance is a 1,800-square-foot patch of sage and California native flora at the edge of Pitzer's John R.
COPS were last night quizzing three people about the destruction of the Garden of Remembrance to the victims of the Omagh bomb.