Plaque

Battersea WW2 memorial

Inscription

To the memory of the men, women and children of Battersea who lost their lives in the World War, 1939 - 1945.

Site: Battersea WW2 memorial (1 memorial)

SW11, Cabul Road, Christchurch Gardens

The monument, first unveiled in 1952, was next to the ruins of a mid-19th century church which was bombed and destroyed during the war. Refurbished in 2018.

Source: Wandsworth Times.

The church, Christ Church and St Stephens Battersea, is still there, to the east of the memorial, rebuilt after the war.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Battersea WW2 memorial

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World War 2

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Battersea men, women and children killed in WW2

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