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Birkbeck students killed in WW2

Birkbeck students killed in WW2


Categories: War Memorial WW2

Birkbeck says that the memorial was created "... to commemorate the lives of the thousands of Birkbeck students who were killed, injured or bereaved by the Second World War." We'd be surprised if that was the thinking in the 1950s; this degree of inclusivity is a more recent phenomenon. WW2 memorials were generally raised to those killed in the war, often just the armed forces, and often just the men.

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Birkbeck students killed in WW2

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Birkbeck WW2 memorial

From Birkbeck: "The sculpture, which is thought to have been created in the 1...

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