Memorials & Monuments

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, Last update: August 27 2017,
The Cenotaph was erected in 1924, before World War Two, and was designed by Vernon March to commemorate the South African fallen soldiers in World War One.

, Last update: August 26 2017,
On 14 October 1944, two Generals came to pick up Erwin Rommel at his home. Rommel said farewell to his wife and son, got into the car with the...

, Last update: August 13 2017,
During the liberation of Valkenburg in the southern tip of the Netherlands, street fighting caused a Sherman M4 tank to fire its gun in close quarter combat.

, Last update: July 12 2017,
Like many bigger towns in Russia the Second World War or Great Patriotic War as they revere to it, are Victory Parks where you find memorials, probably some guns...

, Last update: June 11 2017,
At the Weymouth sea side stands a cenotaph commemorating United States soldiers who left this harbour to fight on the landing beaches in France during D-Day. The Majority of...

, Last update: May 21 2017,
In the centre of Batley, just south of Leeds in England, is a war memorial to commemorate the fallen from the Great War, or World War One, and World...

, Last update: May 18 2017,
On D-Day, June 6th 1944, Piper William "Bill" Millin led the way playing his bagpipe for the Scottish Commando's of Lord Lovat's 1st Special Service Brigade landing on the...

, Last update: January 4 2017,
A huge memorial in the shape of an American star was resurrected in Bastogne to commemorate the American soldiers who fought bravely and left so much behind on the...

, Last update: November 2 2016,
On the 20th of January 1942, Reinhard Heydrich addressed a group of 15 men of whom prominent members of the NSDAP and important government officials in the infamous Wannsee...

, Last update: May 17 2016,
The Commando Memorial is erected near Spean Bridge in the Scottish Highlands, the location in the ward of Lochaber has a great view on the highest Munro in Scotland,...

, Last update: June 28 2016,
The Great Escape took place on the night of 24 March 1943 when 76 prisoners escaped through a 110 meters long tunnel named "Harry" in Stalag Luft III. 50...

, Last update: April 11 2016,
In Daltkeith there is an war memorial for those who fell during the First World War. You can find this memorial in King’s Park across the cemetery. Besides fallen...

, Last update: May 16 2016,
On the coast in Oban Scotland stands a World War One memorial for the Oban soldiers who lost their lives during the Great War. In later times fallen from...

, Last update: January 24 2016,
In Boskoop, a small village in the Netherlands, stands a memorial for fallen men during World War Two. On this monument are two rows of names. The left row...

, Last update: January 19 2016,
This is a Memorial Square which is used for commemorations ceremonies of the Royal Netherlands Air Force.




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