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Sculpture Jewish children fleeing the war II at the train station in London - England

Sculpture Jewish children fleeing the war II at the train station in London - England

Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland has created this art installation at the David Marshall Lodge in Scotland titled Vestige. Mulholland’s idea behind the installation seems twofold: to create a vestige of the people who once occupied the land until following World War I, when they were re-located while forests were planted to generate timber and  to make people reflect upon man’s impact on the nature.

Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland has created this art installation at the David Marshall Lodge in Scotland titled Vestige. Mulholland’s idea behind the installation seems twofold: to create a vestige of the people who once occupied the land until following World War I, when they were re-located while forests were planted to generate timber and to make people reflect upon man’s impact on the nature.

The Kindertransport (children transport) sculpture stands outside Liverpool Street railway station, in central London, as a memorial to the 10,000 Jewish children who escaped to England from Nazi occupied Europe during World War II.

The Kindertransport (children transport) sculpture stands outside Liverpool Street railway station, in central London, as a memorial to the 10,000 Jewish children who escaped to England from Nazi occupied Europe during World War II.

Liverpool Heroes Memorial in Abercromby Square, Liverpool. Commemorates Captain Noel Chavasse VC & Bar MC, the only man to be twice awarded the military’s highest award for valour, the Victoria Cross in the First World War, and fifteen other Liverpool-born Victoria Cross recipients. by Brian Snelson | via Flickr

Liverpool Heroes Memorial in Abercromby Square, Liverpool. Commemorates Captain Noel Chavasse VC & Bar MC, the only man to be twice awarded the military’s highest award for valour, the Victoria Cross in the First World War, and fifteen other Liverpool-born Victoria Cross recipients. by Brian Snelson | via Flickr

The Liverpool Blitz Memorial to the Liverpool civilians killed by German bombers during WWII. The bronze statue by Tom Murphy is in St Nicolas Church near the Pier Head. Featuring a mother with babe in arms, beckoning her playful son to leave his toy plane + seek shelter from the bombs. Around 4000 civilians were killed + 10,000 injured – the most bombed provincial city in the country. The terrible price paid by the ordinary civilians was due to Liverpool’s role in the Battle of the…

The Liverpool Blitz Memorial to the Liverpool civilians killed by German bombers during WWII. The bronze statue by Tom Murphy is in St Nicolas Church near the Pier Head. Featuring a mother with babe in arms, beckoning her playful son to leave his toy plane + seek shelter from the bombs. Around 4000 civilians were killed + 10,000 injured – the most bombed provincial city in the country. The terrible price paid by the ordinary civilians was due to Liverpool’s role in the Battle of the…

Kindertransport bronze statue in Liverpool Street Station, London. A great reflection on the saving of 10 000 German Jewish children right before WWII.

Kindertransport bronze statue in Liverpool Street Station, London. A great reflection on the saving of 10 000 German Jewish children right before WWII.

(The Great War - War Memorials) Royal Artillery Memorial, Hyde Park Corner.

(The Great War - War Memorials) Royal Artillery Memorial, Hyde Park Corner.

Abercromby Square is to become the permanent home for the Liverpool Heroes Memorial which commemorates Captain Noel Chavasse VC & Bar MC, the only man to be twice awarded the military’s highest award for valour, the Victoria Cross, in WWI & 15 other Liverpool-born Victoria Cross recipients.  Designed by local sculptor, Tom Murphy, the bronze statue depicts Captain Chavasse and a Liverpool Scottish stretcher bearer attending a wounded soldier and is referred to locally as the ‘Chavasse…

Abercromby Square is to become the permanent home for the Liverpool Heroes Memorial which commemorates Captain Noel Chavasse VC & Bar MC, the only man to be twice awarded the military’s highest award for valour, the Victoria Cross, in WWI & 15 other Liverpool-born Victoria Cross recipients. Designed by local sculptor, Tom Murphy, the bronze statue depicts Captain Chavasse and a Liverpool Scottish stretcher bearer attending a wounded soldier and is referred to locally as the ‘Chavasse…

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