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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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The War Memorial was erected at the beginning of 1923 to commemorate British servicemen in Thailand who gave their lives during the Great War.
Today, the British War Memorial has been unveiled at its new location at the British Club Bangkok on Surawong road.
Apart from them, Ashrad Bibi, wife of Late Subedar Mohd Shafi also paid tribute at the National War Memorial.
Karen Dean, the coordinator of Fort William Town Team, said: "It is an absolute privilege to be able to work with the British Legion on the war memorial and it is a real mark of the respect in the town that we have managed to win this award.
The Second World War memorial in Donnington, near The Parade, was blighted by dirty paving tiles, overgrown grass verges and misplaced wreaths until councillor for the Humbers Jay Gough decided to step in.
They took him to War Memorial Hospital past midnight.
The war memorial at old Eldon Square, Newcastle, 1962
The North East War Memorials Project -www.newmp.org.uk- is a unique website covering the North East of England, from the River Tweed to the River Tees.
In Wardle, residents are asked to meet at the village square by 2.30pm ahead of a parade and a 3pm service at the war memorial.
War Memorials Trust gave PS29,720 and Cadw gave PS10,000, allowing the memorial's statues to be cleaned and waxed.
Frances Moreton, director of War Memorials Trust, added: "It is vital we ensure all our war memorials are in the best possible condition for their age and the charity is delighted to support this project."
BATLEY When: 10.55am Where: Batley War Memorial gardens, Cambridge Street, WF17 5BN Meet at Batley Market Place at 10.15am for a march at 10.35am to the First World War memorial in Cambridge Street, where the service will be conducted.