war memorial

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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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In Edinburgh, members of the Armed Forces and veterans held a two-minute silence in the Garden of Remembrance at an event organised by Legion Scotland, while in Glasgow the Lord Provost attended a service in George Square.
Eva Bolander, Lord Lieutenant and Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow, led a special group of wreath-layers at the opening ceremony of the city's Garden of Remembrance at George Square.
IT was only right the heroes of the 1916 Rising were commemorated at the Garden of Remembrance in Dublin yesterday.
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One grieving mother was left devastated by the council's actions after she visited the garden of remembrance on Monday, September 12, on what would have been her son's second birthday.
La common wish: -bnficier a comprehensive development plan of the cemetery showing the location of the future columbarium and garden of remembrance; -Undertake achieving a columbarium and garden of remembrance.
When Queen Elizabeth laid that wreath at the Garden of Remembrance in Dublin to honour Ireland's patriot dead, it marked the end of one era and the opening of another.
Work is progressing on the site and Memoria hope to open the crematorium and garden of remembrance in the next few months.
The National Garden of Remembrance, Cathays Park, in 2002 The National Garden of Remembrance, Cathays Park, in 2002 Standard bearer Neil (Jock) Greer, Merthyr branch RRW, on Remembrance Sunday in Trelewis, 2005 Standard bearer Neil (Jock) Greer, Merthyr branch RRW, on Remembrance Sunday in Trelewis, 2005 HAVE you taken part in a Remembrance Sunday parade?
The Redcar Poppy Appeal begins today with a small ceremony at the Coatham Road Garden of Remembrance, followed on Saturday by the first 2015 street collection and, on November 8, Redcar RBL's main parade, which culminates in a short service at the cenotaph at 11am.
The pupils also laid crosses and wreaths in a ceremony in their Garden of Remembrance.
ere will also be a display of more than 1,000 poppies, crafted by schoolchildren from across the North East children from across the North East and shoppers will be able to purchase and shoppers will be able to purchase poppy crosses, to lay at the Garden of Remembrance in e Village area of Remembrance in e Village area of the centre.