Twelve Responses to Tragedy by Angela Conner

Whilst visiting the V&A Museum I came across this sculpture on the opposite side of the street. It is a memorial to those killed after being forcibly repatriated by the Allies to the then Soviet Union at the conclusion of the Second World War.

Featuring twelve bronze busts on a stone base it was erected in 1986 after a previous sculpture by the same sculptor was damaged by vandals.

You can find some more photos here.

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