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War Memorial, Floriana.

Unveiled on 11th November 1938 to pay homage to the 600 Maltese & almost a million British servicemen who died in WWI.

The War Memorial, Floriana. Commemorating the Maltese who lost their lives during WWI.
Probably taken 11th November 1938. Unveiled by the Governor of Malta, General Sir Charles Bonham-Carter.
Photo courtesy of Margaret Hodgson

The War Memorial taken early 1960's.
Photo courtesy of Alf Spiteri

The Commonwealth Royal Air Forces Memorial can be seen as the tall column to the left of the War Memorial in the photo on the left. The Royal Malta Artillery &
Kings Own Malta Regiment Memorial is behind the cameraman. The 2 colour photos above taken in 2006.

I have put the Commonwealth Air Forces Memorial on a seperate page as their are photos of all the brass plates around the base.
See 'Commonwealth Air Memorial'
See also the 'Floriana' page for historical photos of the area.


Royal Malta Artillery Memorial

Situated just outside the Malta Bus Terminal, Floriana.

Unveiled by the then President of Malta Dr. Vincent Tabone on 3rd April 1991.

Another memorial is situated inside Fort St.Elmo....

This is also the site of the first casualties of the bombing.
Please see the Royal Malta Artillery page for more information including the 6 names on the memorial.
I would like to thank Joseph Borda for letting me use his photo.


Kings Own Malta Regiment Memorial

Unveiled by the then President of Malta Dr. Vincent Tabone on 14th February 1993.


Sliema War Memorial


Royal Naval Association Memorial

Located at Msida/Paola near the creek currently used to moor leisure boats.

Easy to find if you take one of the Malta buses between Sliema to Valletta. Nice little park with seats overlooking Msida Creek where many ships were berthed pre & during WWII.


Torpedo Depot Monument

Located next to the Royal Naval Association Memorial Msida/Paola.


Ta Qali Memorial

Ta Qali Memorial.
Photo courtesy of Keith Chambers

See also - Luqa Town & Qormi for more photos.