RMBHTF57–Rotterdam “world war 2” war memorial statues, Holland Netherlands
RFEWNAKG–Washington DC, USA skyline on the Potomac River with Lincoln Memorial, Washington Memorial, and Arlington Memorial Bridge.
RF2A4F1Y3–Winston Churchill followed by his daughter Sarah leaving St Paul's Cathedral after President Roosevelt's Memorial Service.17th April 1945
RMKH169G–Photo of the iconic cherry blossoms in bloom near the Jefferson Memorial along the Tidal Basin, Washington, DC, 4-10-61. Photo by Abbie Rowe
RMKF2RR8–Berlioz memorial picture by M. Fantin-Latour. French compose, 1803-1869
RM2BDYWAJ–Robert Burns Memorial
RMDEX5RN–Soviet War Memorial in Berlin
RMM7A92M–Culloden Moor Memorial, Victorian period
RMF380TA–key West Aids Memorial
RMRGNXE5–siam, thailand, bangkok, rabies vaccination at the queen saovabha memorial institute, 1920-30
RMMTGTD1–Harding Memorial, Marion, Ohio, circa 1927
RFW76T6J–Sutjeska Monument, Tjentiste, Bosnia Herzegovina. A war memorial built to commemorate the fallen from the battle of Sutjeska in 1943
RMCMN77M–Wisborough Green, West Sussex. Village War Memorial.
RMAARDJX–Ghost Tree High Chaparral Coronado National Memorial Arizona
RMG736BJ–Diana memorial cascade works
RMGD02RJ–September 11 Memorial Museum, lower manhattan
RME7429W–Memorial Portrait of Moses ter Borch - by Gerard ter Borch and Gesina ter Borch, 1667 - 1669
RMHKPX1A–Berlin. Germany. The Behrenstraße facade of DZ Bank building, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
RMTR6DA8–Victoria Memorial in front of the Buckingham Palace, United Kingdom, England, London
RMTR8J7X–Early view of the partially carved Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial near Atlanta, Georgia. Photo from late 1920s shows head of General Robert E. Lee with an outline of Lee's horse, Traveller.
RFT7HH3F–Winston Churchill leaving Westminster Abbey with Clement Attlee after Lloyd George's memorial service. 11th April 1945
RM2H7X0C7–Hawaiian Islands, Spring 1942 -- Original Caption - 'In Hawaiian tradition, sailors pay tribute to casualties of the Pearl Harbor attack at a Hawaiian Islands cemetery, circa Spring 1942. Possibly taken on Memorial Day.' Photo by US Navy
RMRPRTWW–The Empire's Tribute to 'The Glorious Dead', c1925. The Cenotaph is a war memorial on Whitehall, London, England. Its origin is in a temporary structure erected for a peace parade following the end of the First World War. It was replaced in 1920 by a permanent structure and designated the United Kingdom's official national war memorial.
RM2B1X9CY–Inauguration of the Kaiser Wilhelm I Memorial at Deutsches Eck in Koblenz - 31 August 1897
RMGMG330–The Newquay War Memorial.
RMCMN79C–Wisborough Green, West Sussex. Village War Memorial.
RMEATB7N–The Swann Memorial Fountain is located in Logan Circle, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also called the Fountain of Three Rivers...
RMG736BG–Diana memorial cascade works
RMGD02RN–World Trade Center 9/11 Memorial. Site of one of the towers that went down, lower Manhattan. Memorial Museum in background
RME8CG28–1939 Chile Earthquake Memorial Placard
RMHKPX0G–Berlin. Germany. The Behrenstraße facade of DZ Bank building, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
RMMC6N47–Portsmouth The Marine Memorial Portsmouth
RMHTKY9P–Moody Memorial Church, Chicago featured on a 1950 Curt Teich Art Colortone postcard. The church was named after the church's founder, evangelist D.L. Moody, though Moody was never the church's pastor.
RMBX0PDC–Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC, USA.
RMK6YA3B–Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the crowd on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the historic March on Washington. 1963.
RMWXRHYT–The Cenotaph, London, c1925. By Horace Mann Livens (1862-1936). The Cenotaph is a war memorial on Whitehall in London, England. Its origin is in a temporary structure erected for a peace parade following the end of the First World War. It was replaced in 1920 by a permanent structure and designated the United Kingdom's official national war memorial.
RFD5R5BR–Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Memorial
RMJP9BXG–Albert Memorial, Belfast, Ireland, Victorian period
RFAHJ392–The Korean Veterans Memorial on The Mall Washington DC, USA
RMC0WP59–Manchester Cathedral Lever memorial
RMP833X7–Interior of the Mausoleum - The Sarcophagi. President William McKinley Memorial at the time of it's dedication, October 1907. Canton, Ohio
RMGMG32X–The Newquay War memorial seen in silhouette.
RM2C878GN–Castle and War Memorial
RMCPW8T5–War Memorial at Horse Guards Parade ground in London
RMEATB7D–The Swann Memorial Fountain is located in Logan Circle, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also called the Fountain of Three Rivers...
RMG736BM–Diana memorial cascade works
RMC8AGN0–9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center.
RME002YG–Battle of the Marne memorial in France, 1940
RMBEJ6NE–Berlin. Germany. Berlin Wall Memorial on Bernauer Strasse forms part of the Berlin Wall History Mile.
RMTR8J7P–Early view of the partially carved Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial near Atlanta, Georgia. Photo from late 1920s shows head of General Robert E. Lee with outline of Jefferson Davis and Lee's horse, Traveller.
RFCX8P71–Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC at sunrise
RM2H5TA6N–Photograph of African-American children and parents demonstrating at the Lincoln Memorial Youth March for Integrated Schools, Washington, DC, 10/25/1958. Photo by National Park Service
RMEN3MHM–Visitors at the National Memorial Arboretum Alrewas Staffordshire England UK GB EU Europe
RM2F62A8C–Hindenburg Airship Memorial Day Wreaths, 1936
RMAR2AYG–Brass Memorial Plaque Saint Martins Church East Horsley Surrey England
RMW7F539–War Memorial in the churchyard at Tintinhull, Somerset, 20th century. Artist: Unknown.
RMF15HFT–Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany
RMCBB1WM–Gloucester Cathedral Tinling memorial
RME7N2AX–Martin bomber beginning its flight around the edge of the USA, 1919. Here in Washington, DC with the Washington Memorial in the background
RMGMG33X–The Newquay War Memorial seen in silhouette.
RMBT8049–Veteran talking to active duty Military, National WWII Memorial on the National Mall in Washington DC
RM2B016MG–Japan: 'Memorial Monument to First Sino-Japanese War (1894 – 1895), Nagoya'. Ukiyo-e woodblock print, 1903. The First Sino-Japanese War (1 August 1894 - 17 April 1895) was fought between Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Japan, primarily over control of Korea. After more than six months of continuous successes by Japanese army and naval forces and the loss of the Chinese port of Weihaiwei, the Qing leadership sued for peace in February 1895.
RMGB286M–A memorial is unveiled at the site of the 1998 Omagh bomb, in Northern Ireland.
RMC8AGW5–Memorial pool at the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center.
RMREGK6A–Bernhardt Wall Uncle Sam Memorial Day etching
RM2B0XE4H–Burnett Memorial Fountain created by Bessie Potter Vonnoh (1872-1955) American sculptor showing Mary and Dickon from the children’s story The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Photograph on the sculpture in the Conservatory Garden, Central Park, Manhattan, New York City by Carol M. Highsmith.
RMMC6P0N–USA Pony Express Memorial Salt Lake City
RMA3TH2M–The holocaust memorial Berlin, Germany
RFC3RWEB–Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC at dawn
RMG1CH07–Memorial for Vietnam dead soldiers
RM2FXAM7P–Tewkesbury Town centre shops roundabout and the Tewkesbury war memorial or The Cross, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, GB, UK, Europe
RMFA61X4–Memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe Berlin
RMAA253A–Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC, USA
RMW7F50J–Memorial bust of Tolstoy in park in Socchi, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon.
RFAHJ23A–Stars and stripes flag at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on The Mall, Washington DC, USA
RMD55A2P–National Firefighters Memorial
RMWGWWBK–The place of execution in Havana was originally near the carcel or city jail, where the Student's Memorial now stands. The Student's Memorial marks the spot where eight young medical students of the University of Havana were executed, November 27, 1871.
RMEAG90C–A memorial on Porth Island in Newquay, Cornwall.
RMD88B1M–MEMORIAL THEATRE BURNS
RMAE117G–Memorial for the Red Army, Kirkenes, Norway
RM2B016MN–Japan: 'Memorial Monument to First Sino-Japanese War (1894 – 1895), Nagoya'. Ukiyo-e woodblock print, 1921. The First Sino-Japanese War (1 August 1894 - 17 April 1895) was fought between Qing Dynasty China and Meiji Japan, primarily over control of Korea. After more than six months of continuous successes by Japanese army and naval forces and the loss of the Chinese port of Weihaiwei, the Qing leadership sued for peace in February 1895.
RMG7388N–The Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, after it flooded the day after it was officially opened by the Queen.
RMC8AGTA–Memorial pool at the 9/11 Memorial at the World Trade Center.
RM2J4G645–War Memorial at the town center of Mevagissey, Cornwall, England, UK