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war memorial

n
(Architecture) a monument, usually an obelisk or cross, to those who die in a war, esp those from a particular locality
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war memorial

nmonumento ai caduti
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It was one of 13 incidents recorded near Teesside's war memorials this year, records released to The Gazette show.
COMMUNITIES are being urged to protect war memorials by taking advantage of a Welsh Government grant.
COMMUNITIES across the country have been encouraged to take advantage of a Welsh Government grant to repair war memorials as part of the First World War centenary commemorations.
The listing was changed as part of Historic England's plan to list around 2,500 war memorials over the next five years to commemorate 100 years since World War One.
One stop shop detailing history of all UK war memorials with advice on applying for funding.
As the country commemorates 100 years since the start of World War I, 100 war memorials have had QR codes placed by them.
TWENTY war memorials across Scotland will be restored to their former glory after funding of PS60,000 was announced.
The granite monument, designed by Welsh sculptor Sir William Goscombe John and unveiled by two Lever Brothers employees in 1921, joins the Liverpool Cenotaph as two of only seven war memorials in the country covered by the coveted heritage accolade.
Calderdale Council has embarked on a major restoration project of the district's war memorials.
At 11am there will be similar services held at war memorials in Central Park, Gosforth, and on Scrogg Road in Walker.
War Memorials Trust is dedicated to the protection and conservation of all UK war memorials.
MERSEYSIDE'S most neglected war memorials are to be restored.