Talk:Louis Frederick Roslyn

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  • Buxton War Memorial: A model of the Buxton War Memorial was included in the Royal Academy 1919 Exhibition.
  • Haslingden War Memorial: This memorial was unveiled on 25 October 1924 by the 17th Earl of Derby. There is a notice by this memorial explaining that the sculptor intended his work to portray courage.
  • Portstewart War Memorial: Unveiled on 11 November 1924 by Lady Cecil Craig. This memorial is referred to in Seamus Heaney's poem "In Memoriam Francis Ledwige" written in 1979.
  • St Giles Cathedral: The plaque is dedicated to Scottish nurses who gave their lives in the First World War
  • Tottenham War Memorial: The Memorial features a winged figure of “Victory”. and was unveiled on 17 June 1923 by HRH Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll.

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