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A DUBLIN MEMORIAL, AND THE GREAT TRIBUTE OF BELFAST CITY

A DUBLIN MEMORIAL, AND THE GREAT TRIBUTE OF BELFAST CITY

Forty thousand Irishmen, northerners and southerners, gave up their lives in the Great War, and among them were those of Trinity College, Dublin, whose fine Memorial Hall is shown in the lower photograph. The noble memorial at Belfast (top) stands on the west side of the City Hall. It was still incomplete in November 1928, but quite sufficiently advanced to show the full character of the design. Sir Broomwell Thomas was the architect of this monument to the honour of the forty-six thousand Belfast men who went forth to battle.

Other pictures from Our War Memorials: II-The Great Cities and Some Others


S. GEORGE AT NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, AND THE CARLISLE, LINCOLN AND YORK MEMORIALS

GLASGOW'S CENOTAPH. AND THE NEW EXTENSION TO THE ABERDEEN ART GALLERY

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