The war memorial birmingham is a war memorial created in 1920s to mark the memory of 12,320 citizens who were killed in the “Great War” also known as the First World War. The Hall is created with Portland Stone which was bought from Portland Bill near Weymouth and was opened by Prince Arthur of Connaught for the first time on July 4, 1925.
Memorial Birmingham stands with pride in Centenary Square on Broad Street in Birmingham. There are four statues which represent the Navy, Air Force, Army and Women’s Services. There are various memorial birmingham being conducted in remembrance of all those people who had to give their lives in the war. The memorial birmingham are conducted in order to honour people who died in both the world wars and other conflicts.
There are various events being conducted like exhibitions, performances, etc in order to create a programme rich with lots of cultural events and activities to make it a successful event. Memorial Birmingham takes place at various venues from theatres, academic institutions, museums, art centres or associations. There are various organisations which keep on organising events in memory of people who died.