The Bomber Command Memorial in The Green Park commemorates the 55,573 who died while serving in the Bomber Command during the Second World War.
Canada Gate was installed in the early years of the 20th century as part of the memorial to Queen Victoria. They form a grand entrance into The Green Park.
The Canada Memorial was unveiled by the Queen in 1994 and remembers the ones million Canadians who served with British forces during the two World Wars.
The pillars of the Memorial Gates, inaugurated by the Queen in 2002, are dedicated to five million people from the Indian Sub-Continent, Africa and the Caribbean who served or lost their lives in the two World Wars.