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The World War One memorials in Wolverhampton commemorate those lost in the great war 1914-1918. In 2018 the Centenary year as part of the commemoration events Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society will publish a map of the war memorials in Wolverhampton. This map will encourage people to visit the city, to rediscover or discover these beautiful memorials but also visit different areas and elements of the city that may be new to them. Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society volunteers will lead guided walks around the war memorials in the City of Wolverhampton.
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WAR MEMORIALS IN WOLVERHAMPTON War Memorials of Wolverhampton commemorates the war dead of the city, from all wars, on stain glass windows, marble sculpture, bronze figures and grave stones. These memorials can be found in churches, work places, in the streets, and even the local bank. They are a moving expression of the loss and the grief felt by the people left behind from many Wars. To commemorate 100 years since World War One, Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society (WCHS?) has produced this map to help people discover the beautiful war memorials, scattered throughout the city, and help ensure the sacrifice of the fallen is never forgotten. There is already a lot of interest in our digital google map here: https://goo.gl/WGz94t - people have requested a paper version.
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