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Aberdare

Blue plaque on the former home of International Brigader and ex coal miner Edwin Greening at 20 Cardiff Road, Aberaman. Unveiled on 26 June 2014 by the mayor of Rhondda Cynon Taff Council.
Region: wales

Aberdare

Relief carvings in wood to local volunteers, including two killed on 25 August 1938 in the Battle of the Ebro. Installed by Aberdare Labour Party and local trades council in the party’s premises in December 1967. Relocated to Aberdare Central Library and unveiled by Michael Foot MP June 1986.
Region: wales

Aberdeen

Books in the XV Brigade Memorial Library, Aberdeen Unemployed Centre, 54 Frederick Street. Provided by volunteers and the Aberdeen Trades Council, 1989.
Region: scotland

Aberdeen

Plaque in Concert Hall to Aberdeen volunteers. Was moved in November 2019 to the wall in the main foyer across from the reception desk. Erected by Aberdeen City Council.
Region: scotland

Aberdeen

Plaque in Aberdeen Trades Council offices, John Londragan House. Erected 1993. A second plaque (below) was added on 17 October 2015.
Region: scotland

Aberdeen

Mural of local Brigader John Londragan painted by Portuguese artist Vhils (Alexandre Farto) and unveiled as part of Aberdeen’s Nuart Festival. Painted on the wall of a car park next to Aberdeen’s Union Square. The mural is based on a photo taken in Albares, Spain, in 1937 with US Brigader Peter Frye and the daughters of a Spanish shopkeeper Juan Ataro.
Region: scotland

Aberdeen

Bob Cooney Court in Berryden, AB25 3SP, named after local International Brigader (1908-1984). An explanatory plaque (below) was added inside the court on 17 October 2015.
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Aberdeen

Plaque dedicated to local International Brigader Bob Cooney (1908-1984) in Castle Street. Erected by Aberdeen City Council.
Region: scotland

Ammanford

Plaque in Old Town Hall. Erected 1998
Region: wales

Ashton-under-Lyne

Blue plaque to James Keogh, killed on 22 March 1938 at Calaceite. The plaque is situated on a wall, in the atrium, between the Central Art Gallery and the Tameside Local Studies and Archive Centre, Oldham Road, Ashton under Lyne OL6 6BH. Unveiled 25 November 2011.
Region: northwest

Aughnacloy

Memorial stone and plaque at Moy Bridge (Co Tyrone) to Benjamin Murray, killed in Aragon in March 1938. Unveiled 8 March 2013.
Region: ireland

Barnsley

Plaque saluting the courage of the International Brigaders and in recognition of the people of Barnsley who supported democracy in Spain. Unveiled by Mayor Margaret Morgan, 16 October 2006.
Region: northeast

Battersea

Plaque in entrance to PCS union head office, Falcon Road, SW11, to the International Brigade volunteers from Battersea. Erected by Battersea & Wandsworth Trades Union Council and PCS in 2006.
Region: london

Belfast

Milltown Cemetery – Jim Stranney listed on family headstone – Buried in Spain.
Region: ireland

Belfast

Republican Plot Milltown Cemetery.  Memorial erected by Sinn Fein. March 2006.
Region: ireland

Belfast

A plaque to the memory of Patsy McAllister. Erected by Workers Party November 2006.
Region: ireland

Belfast

Stained glass window dedicated to the International Brigades in Belfast City Hall. Commissioned by Belfast City Council and unveiled on 24 November 2015.
Region: ireland

Belfast

Plaque dedicated to the Irish volunteers who fought in the Spanish Civil War in the front garden of the headquarters of the Irish Republican Socialist Movement, 392 Falls Road, BT12 7PX. Unveiled on 9 August 2014 by IRSM.
Region: ireland

Belfast

 Bronze plaque in the entrance to the Shankill Road Library to the seven Shankill men who died in Spain: William Beattie, Bill Henry, James Isaac Hillen, William P Laughlin, Joseph Lowry, Henry (Harry) McGrath and Andrew Molyneaux. Unveiled on 1 February 2014. Initiative of the Belfast-based International Brigade Commemoration Committee, with support from local community organisations.
Region: ireland

Belfast

 Memorial and portraits of William (Liam) Tumilson, killed at Jarama in March 1937, and Jim Stranney, killed in the Battle of the Ebro, July 1938, at the Republican Memorial Garden in Arun Court, Arun Street, in the Short Strand area. Erected in 2010.
Region: ireland
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