IWM (Imperial War Museums) is working to compile a record of all war memorials in the UK and to promote their appreciation, use and preservation. There are currently details of over 65,000 UK memorials recorded in our online database, with more being added all the time.

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  1. Tom said:

    The war memorial of a small English village and those remembered from WWI and WWII are portrayed and detailed in a book of WWII Home Front diaries and poetry, ‘The Casualties Were Small’. Four of the five names were ‘Hill’ – my relatives. See http://www.ambridgebooks.co.uk

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