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Falkland Islands World War 1 & Falklands Conflict War Memorial

World War 1 & 1982 - Detailed information
Compiled & Copyright © Martin Edwards 2008

The unveiling of the WW1 war memorial at Port Stanley in 1919. Clearly present are a detachment of Royal Marines, Navy band, Army, choristers and public. A further memorial has been added with a wall and memorial plaques for the Falklands Conflict. The names of the fallen appear on the various plates around the wall. The names of those who gave their lives in the Falklands conflict can be found in the database section.

Photographs Copyright © Bill Ball 2009

A stone column surmounted by a bronze figure of Britannia stands in a paved area, against the back wall of which are ten bronze panels with the names of the dead and one with a depiction of the people and machines involved in the conflict. The column bears in incised gold lettering the inscription:

14 JUNE 1982

It also lists all the units which took part in the conflict [not transcribed here]. The names of the dead have also not been transcribed here, since detailed rolls of honour are available at

Falkland Conflict Database

Last updated 25 January, 2009

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