Statues - Hither & Thither
Yorkshire & Humberside
Prince's Way / Morley Street
World War I Memorial
On the top two sides of the cenotaph are RAF wings. At the top of the front and rear face are a carved wreath and garland surmounting a cross. The wreath on the front face has the text pro / patria / mori (they died for their country) and the one on the rear side a swine's head with a horn on a scroll.
Inscription on a tablet on the front side of the cenotaph,
placed in 1969:
|This tablet replaces the original inscription, which read
to the immortal honour of the
men and women of the
city of bradford
and in other conflict
in proud and
to the immortal honour of the men
of the city of bradford who served
their king and empire in the great
war, 1914 - 1918 this memorial erected
by their fellow citizens is dedicated
in proud and grateful remembrance,
1st july, 1922
unveiled by alderman a. gadie, j.p.
lieut-col. t.f., lord mayor 1920-21
their name liveth for evermore
Below the tablet:
THEIR NAME LIVETH
The years 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 are on tablets on smaller cenotaphs at the left and right side of the steps in front of the main cenotaph.
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