Tag Archives: World War I

Liverpool Pals Memorial

Lime Street Station in Liverpool has seen a lot in the years that it has served Liverpool since it officially opened in August 1836. It also saw many men leave for war, and probably many returning victorious years later.  When … Continue reading

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Clarence Smith Jeffries VC

Clarence Smith Jeffries (26/10/1894 – 12/10/1917) was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions during the first World War. The Citation reads: “Capt. Clarence Smith Jeffries, late Australian Imperial Force For most conspicuous bravery in attack, when his company was held … Continue reading

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Holy Trinity Church Parish Memorial, Winchester

A chance discovery, walking along Upper Brook Street in Winchester I found this pretty church with a slightly different war memorial. I do not recall checking whether there was a World War II face to the memorial. Google Earth Co-ordinates … Continue reading

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The Anzac Memorial in Weymouth

The ANZAC Memorial in on the Esplanade in Weymouth is one of two memorials within sight of each other, separated by the Garden of Remembrance.   A.I.F IN MEMORY OF  ANZAC VOLUNTEER TROOPS WHO AFTER ACTION AT GALLIPOLI IN 1915 … Continue reading

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