St Silas cross
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Bombs 7/7/05 - Tavistock Square

Bombs 7/7/05 - Tavistock Square

WC1, Tavistock Square

All the text is turned sideways, so it avoids being upside down, whether viewed from inside or outside the garden. This memorial, while suitably so...

15 subjects commemorated

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Sharpeville Massacre

Sharpeville Massacre

SW2, Effra Road, Windrush Square

{On the large plaque with an image of protesters on a map of Africa:} Sharpeville 21st March 1960 "They died so others may live" {On the small pla...

1 subject commemorated, 2 creators

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Woolwich Army Ordnance Department war memorial

Woolwich Army Ordnance Department war memorial

SE18, Carriage Street, 37

{Beneath the Board of Ordnance badge with the motto 'Sua Tela Tonanti' (To the warrior his arms), and between two soldiers with bowed heads and rev...

67 subjects commemorated

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Last V2 rocket in Kingston upon Thames

Last V2 rocket in Kingston upon Thames

KT2, Park Road, Corner of King's Road

The plaque says that 8 people were killed but has the names of only five: four women and one 7-year-old girl.

12 subjects commemorated, 1 creator

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Croydon Minster war memorial - cross

Croydon Minster war memorial - cross

CR0, Church Street

"They died that we might live." is a quite common inscription on war memorials and sounds like a quotation but we cannot identify a source.

2 subjects commemorated

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