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Stained glass memorial


World War 1 stained glass window in Belfast City Hall, March 2018

The window above is a memorial to “the officers, NCOs and men who joined the North Irish Horse and lost their lives in the great war 1914 -18 and those whose names are recorded on either side of this window.”

It was erected by surviving members of the regiment and unveiled in April 1925.

The other windows here vary in age and topic and the windows alone are worth the visit to the City Hall.





Copyright Debbie Smyth, 23 August 2018

Posted as part of Cee’s B&W Challenge

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