London



London.

The Cenotaph, Whitehall.

         




 
The Royal Exchange in t
he City of London
.

War Memorial, 


The Tower of London.



Part of the sea of 888,246 ceramic poppies at the Tower of London 
to commemorate the British War Dead in the First World War. 


    



Whitehall.


The Women's WW2 Memorial,  




Horseguards Parade.

The Guards memorial





Liverpool Street Station.


   
World War One Memorial
The inscription reads--
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF THOSE MEMBERS OF THE GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY STAFF WHO IN RESPONSE TO THE CALL OF THEIR KING AND COUNTRY, SACRIFICED THEIR LIVES DURING THE GREAT WAR.
(Lists 1108 names.)



    



Kindertransport Memorial, Liverpool St. Station.

"Many Jewish refugee children arrived at Liverpool Street in the late 1930s, as part of the Kindertransport. In September 2003 the sculpture Für Das Kind Kindertransport Memorial by artist Flor Kent, 
who conceived the project, was installed in the station. 
It consisted of a specialised glass case with original objects and a bronze sculpture of a girl, 
a direct descendant of a child rescued by Sir Nicholas Winton, who unveiled the work.
 The objects included in the sculpture began to suffer deterioration due to weather,
 and in 2006 a replacement bronze memorial by Frank Meisler, 
depicting a group of children and a railway track, was installed."


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