Built to commemorate the dead of five Foot Guards regiments in World War I. Taking the form of a cenotaph, the design is constructed in Portland stone with figures cast from captured German guns. Ledward and Bradshaw, 1926.
In addition the memorial now commemorates all Members of the Household Division killed in the Second World War and in the Service of their Country since 1918.
Address: Horse Guards Road, SW1
Website: Guards Memorial
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