Welsh National War Memorial

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Welsh National War Memorial
Cardiff Council
Welsh National War Memorial.JPG
For Welsh soldiers who fought in World War I
and World War II
Established12 June 1928
Locationnear 
Designed bySir Ninian Comper
Outer frieze
I FEIBION CYMRU A RODDES EU BYWYD
DROS EU GWLAD YN RHYFEL MCMXIV–MCMXVIII [1]
(To the sons of Wales who gave their lives
for their country in the war of 1914–1918)
Inner frieze
REMEMBER HERE IN PEACE THOSE WHO IN TUMULT OF WAR
BY SEA, ON LAND, IN AIR, FOR US AND FOR OUR VICTORY
ENDURETH UNTO DEATH
Above figures
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES

The Welsh National War Memorial (Welsh: Cofeb ryfel Cenedlaethol Cymru) is in Alexandra Gardens, Cathays Park, Cardiff. The memorial commemorates the servicemen who died during the First World War and has a commemorative plaque for those who died during the Second World War, added in 1949.

References[change | change source]

  1. Hammerton, John Alexander (1925), "Our War Memorials: II – The Great Cities and Some Others", Wonderful Britain: Its Highways Byways & Historic Places, vol. 3, retrieved 25 February 2017