Radcliffe in WW2
Radcliffe on Trent War Memorial erected to remember those who fell in WW1
An additional 19 names were added following WW2
ALSO IN MEMORY OF THOSE MEN OF A
LATER GENERATION, BUT OF LIKE GALLANTRY
WHO FELL IN THE WORLD WAR 1939 – 1945
“WE WILL REMEMBER THEM”
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In addition there are three WW2 Commonwealth War Graves in Radcliffe on Trent cemetery relating to servicemen not remembered on the Radcliffe War Memorial.
Accurate histories of these men is difficult to determine from the records available in 2020 so if you can provide us with more information please do make contact. If you have photographs, and give permission for us to use them on this website, we would be most grateful. Click here.
Click here to read about Radcliffe on Trent War Memorial from its unveiling on 27th March 1921 by Lt. Col. Charles Birkin of The Sherwood Foresters who lived at Lamcote House. This article is from the radcliffeontrentww1.org.uk website.