War 1 & 2 - Detailed information
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Memorial stands outside the United Services Club in North Finchley in
a fenced enclosure. The gates to the memorial bear the inscription ‘St.
Kilda.’ It is in the form of a bronze sculpture on a cross carved
into a granite block. The sculpture is also in the shape of a cross,
with a soldier on the upright flanked by heads of a sailor and an airman
on each arm. There is an inscription along the top of the armas, and
another at the foot of the upright. The main inscription is on the stone,
below the sculpture. There are no individual names. Alongside the Memorial
are others from the Finchley
Depot of the Metropolitan Electric Tramways Company and the Hendon
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is won by self sacrifice.
At the going down of the sun we will remember them.
GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
MEN OF FINCHLEY WHO
BY SERVICE ON LAND SEA
AND IN THE AIR GAVE THEIR
LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY
1914 – 1919
1939 – 1945
28 September, 2008