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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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A FUTURISTIC band stand with sweeping curves and slanting pillars could be installed in Coventry's War Memorial Park.
A CONCERT to remember those who lost their lives in war has raised much needed funds which will go towards building a war memorial.
In Stockton, a thief or thieves stole some flowers from the hall and war memorial on Butts Lane in July.
A NEWLY renovated war memorial in Connah's Quay has been unveiled.
A WAR memorial was desecrated and scuffles with police broke out yesterday when over 100 antiausterity protesters staged a demo outside Downing Street.
Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism Ken Skates visited the war memorial in Llantwit Major, Vale of Glamorgan, yesterday.
Prince Harry first visited the Australian War Memorial in Canberra before reporting to duty at the Royal Military College.
Drawing attention to a series of new listings, from the Tintagel Cross War Memorial in Cornwall to the Alnmouth War Memorial in Northumberland, Helen Grant said:
35am to Batley War Memorial Gardens for service at 10.
First Minister Alex Salmond made the announcement yesterday at Peebles War Memorial - newly refurbished after a PS2000 grant - and he said communities are still eligible to apply for the funding.
There will be parades beforehand leading to each of the services at: Tipton War Memorial; Rowley Regis War Memorial; Oldbury War Memorial; West Bromwich War Memorial; Wednesbury Memorial Gardens and Smethwick War Memorial.
PORT Sunlight's war memorial has been awarded Grade I listed status.