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El Alamein stone Harrow Council memorials

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Stone: El Alamein stone

Inscription

{Inscription in the steel panel at the front of the memorial:}
Harrow honours those who gave their lives for peace.

{Small panel on the right side of the memorial:}
This stone came from El Alamein.

Site: Harrow Council memorials (2 memorials)

HA1, Station Road , Harrow Council Buildings

In our photo (looking south): the El Alamein stone is between the two nearest trees, and the Burma Star Association plaque is on the wall to the right of the pedestrian in black.

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El Alamein stone

Information Subjects commemorated

46167

World War 2

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77964

El Alamein

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El Alamein stone

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El Alamein stone

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77961

Burma Star Association

Rose bushes are planted in garden area behind this plaque.

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