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War memorial at Cowdray Hall
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War memorial at Cowdray Hall

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War memorial at Cowdray Hall
War memorial at Cowdray Hall. The War Memorial and the extension of the Art Gallery, including the Cowdray Hall and Museum, were opened by King George V and Queen Mary on 29th September 1925. These were erected at a cost of £80,000, with the cost of the War Memorial being raised by public subscription. The War Memorial is a cenotaph, in the form of a Memorial Court or Hall of Remembrance and is "consecrated to the memory of those 5000 of the city and district who gave their lives on land and sea 'that we might live'".
Aberdeen City Centre
Memorials and Inscriptions
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Aberdeen Local Studies
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