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Hall Of Memory Interior
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The Hall of Memory in Centenary Square, Birmingham, England, designed by S.N. Cooke and W.N. Twist is a war memorial erected 1922-5, by John Barnsley and Son, to commemorate the 12,320 Birmingham citizens who died in World War I." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hall_of_Memory,_Birmingham
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