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Memorials

Chris Day | Tank Memorial

Tank Memorial

An American Sherman tank that was pulled from the sea off Slapton Sands. It was lost during practiced landings carried out by American troops, ready for the Normandy landings in 1944. Many American lives were lost during the practices and this stands as a memorial to their sacrifice.
Chris Day | Air Forces Memorial

Air Forces Memorial

The Air Forces Memorial at Runnymede. Dedicated to over 20000 aircrew that have lost their lives in defence of our country. Many from overseas who bravely fought alongside the British during the second world war. Their names are carved into the inside walls.
Chris Day | Polish War Memorial - Poleglym lotnikom Polskim

Polish War Memorial - Poleglym lotnikom Polskim

The Polish War Memorial was erected in Northolt West London to remember the contribution of airmen from Poland who helped the Allied cause during World War II. Many flew from RAF Northolt.
Chris Day | Red Arrows Memorial

Red Arrows Memorial

The associted plaque reads...... Always Follow your Dreams Blue Skies Memorial to Flt. Lt, John Egging - Eggman - Red 4 who tragically died when his Hawk aeroplane crashed after displaying at the Bournemouth Air Festival on 20 August 2011
Chris Day | Tank Memorial

Tank Memorial

An American Sherman tank that was pulled from the sea off Slapton Sands. It was lost during practiced landings carried out by American troops, ready for the Normandy landings in 1944. Many American lives were lost during the practices and this stands as a memorial to their sacrifice.
Chris Day | Victoria Memorial

Victoria Memorial

Victoria Memorial
Chris Day | Tank Memorial

Tank Memorial

An American Sherman tank that was pulled from the sea off Slapton Sands. It was lost during practiced landings carried out by American troops, ready for the Normandy landings in 1944. Many American lives were lost during the practices and this stands as a memorial to their sacrifice.
Chris Day | The Polish War Memorial Northolt

The Polish War Memorial Northolt

The Polish War Memorial is a memorial erected to remember the contribution of airmen from Poland who helped the Allied cause during World War II. The memorial is made from Portland stone with bronze lettering and a bronze eagle the symbol of the Polish Air Force. There are 2165 names inscribed around the memorial. It was designed by Mieczyslaw Lubelski, who had been interned in a forced labour camp during the second world war.
Chris Day | RAF Memorial Runnymede

RAF Memorial Runnymede

This sobering yet beautiful memorial to the men and women of the Allied Air Forces who died during World War II was designed by Sir Edward Maufe R.A. and unveiled by HM Queen Elizabeth II on 17 October 1953. An inscription over the entrance to the cloister reads: 'In this cloister are recorded the names of 20,456 airmen who have no known grave. They died for freedom in raid and sortie over the British Isles and the land and seas of northern and western Europe'.
Chris Day | Anzac war graves Harefield

Anzac war graves Harefield

The obelisk is inscribed as follows - To the Glory of God who giveth us the victory and in memory of brave Australian soldiers who after taking part in the Great War now rest in Harefield churchyard
Chris Day | Anzac Cemetery Harefield

Anzac Cemetery Harefield

During the First World War Harefield Park was offered by the owner as a hospital to the Ministry of Defence of New South Wales. For the duration of the war casualties from the Australian Forces from Gallipoli and the Western Front were treated at the newly created Harefield Hospital. Many of the wounded died; 111 men and one nursing sister were buried with military honours in an extension of the churchyard.
Chris Day | Anzac war graves Harefield

Anzac war graves Harefield

The obelisk is inscribed as follows - To the Glory of God who giveth us the victory and in memory of brave Australian soldiers who after taking part in the Great War now rest in Harefield churchyard
Chris Day | Magna Carta Memorial

Magna Carta Memorial

Standing at the foot of the Cooper's Hill Slopes, at Runnymede Surrey, is a memorial to the Magna Carta in the form of a domed classical temple containing a pillar of English granite on which is inscribed: 'To commemorate Magna Carta, symbol of Freedom Under Law.' This was built by the American Bar Association on land leased by the Magna Carta Trust. It was paid for by voluntary contributions of some 9,000 American lawyers.
Chris Day | Magna Carta Memorial

Magna Carta Memorial

The memorial to the Magna Carta at Runnymede by the Thames where it was drawn up.
Chris Day | JFK Memorial Runnymede

JFK Memorial Runnymede

This memorial stands halfway up the Cooper's Hill Slopes and overlooks Runnymede, on ground previously belonging to the Crown and now the property of the United States of America. It is made of Portland stone to the design of G.A. Jellicoe and was unveiled by HM Queen Elizabeth II on 14 May 1965 in the presence of President Kennedy's widow and children. Visitors reach the memorial by treading a steep path of irregular granite steps, one for each year of Kennedy's life.
Chris Day | JFK Memorial Runnymede

JFK Memorial Runnymede

This memorial stands halfway up the Cooper's Hill Slopes and overlooks Runnymede, on ground previously belonging to the Crown and now the property of the United States of America. It is made of Portland stone to the design of G.A. Jellicoe and was unveiled by HM Queen Elizabeth II on 14 May 1965 in the presence of President Kennedy's widow and children. Visitors reach the memorial by treading a steep path of irregular granite steps, one for each year of Kennedy's life.
Chris Day | Air Forces Memorial

Air Forces Memorial

The Air Forces Memorial at Runnymede. Dedicated to over 20000 aircrew that have lost their lives in defence of our country. Many from overseas who bravely fought alongside the British during the second world war. Their names are carved into the inside walls.
Chris Day | American Cemetery Cambridge

American Cemetery Cambridge

The Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II American military war grave cemetery, located north-west of Cambridge, England. The cemetery, dedicated in 1956, contains 3,811 American war dead and wall with the names of 5127 missing. If ever evidence of the special relationship between the USA and UK was needed, this memorial shows it in abundance. So many Americans gave their lives to preserve the peace in the UK and the rest of the world by fighting the tyrant from mainland Europe who wanted to crush the UK.
Chris Day | American Cemetery Cambridge

American Cemetery Cambridge

The Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II American military war grave cemetery, located north-west of Cambridge, England. The cemetery, dedicated in 1956, contains 3,811 American war dead and wall with the names of 5127 missing. If ever evidence of the special relationship between the USA and UK was needed, this memorial shows it in abundance. So many Americans gave their lives to preserve the peace in the UK and the rest of the world by fighting the tyrant from mainland Europe who wanted to crush the UK.
Chris Day | American Cemetery Cambridge

American Cemetery Cambridge

The Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II American military war grave cemetery, located north-west of Cambridge, England. The cemetery, dedicated in 1956, contains 3,811 American war dead and wall with the names of 5127 missing. If ever evidence of the special relationship between the USA and UK was needed, this memorial shows it in abundance. So many Americans gave their lives to preserve the peace in the UK and the rest of the world by fighting the tyrant from mainland Europe who wanted to crush the UK.