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TQ5839 :: War Memorial - Tunbridge Wells

Taken 11 years ago by Paul Gillett near Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England

War Memorial - Tunbridge Wells by Paul Gillett
War Memorial - Tunbridge Wells

In commemoration of the dead from the 1st World War
War Memorials
War memorials were mainly constructed after WWI to commemorate the troops who gave their lives in the war. Many were then updated after WWII. Some war memorials date back to the Boer War. Almost every town and village in Britain has a War Memorial. They take many forms, the commonest being an obelisk, a cross or statue of a soldier. Some commemorate the inhabitants of a place, some are for schools and others are for companies or Military groupings. Many memorials are grade II listed, 61 are II* listed, LinkExternal link*_listed_war_memorials_in_England & 12 are Grade I listed. LinkExternal link A search for memorials can be carried out at LinkExternal link
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Subject Grid Square TQ5839
Subject Lat/Long 51.132780,0.264107 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
Photographer Paul Gillett
Taken 20100911 201009 2010 (about 11 years ago)
Submitted 2010-09-11
Snippet War Memorials ·
Subject memorial ·
Group Tunbridge Wells ·
Term world war · commemoration of the dead ·

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