Memorial for the Yeshuv volunteers in World War II
The Memorial for the Yeshuv volunteers in World War II is a central memorial dedicated to the Jews from the British Army of British Mandate of Palestine that served in the British Army and who are not buried in Israel. Some of them were a part of the Jewish Infantry Brigade Group under the British army in Palestine. The memorial is located in the National Military and Police Cemetery in Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. On the black wall of the memorial are the names of the 572 fallen soldiers by the units of the British army in the World War II and there symbols. Under the wall is a stone with a sign of the Star of David with the word "Remember". The memorial was built in 1973 by the architect Dr. Asher Hirem that was planned the national military and police cemetery in Mount Herzl.
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