Updated: 17 october 2020
There are three war memorials in the Old Steine area of Brighton - the Egyptian Memorial, the Brighton War Memorial (1st World War) and a new one for the Second World War.
War memorial, built in 1922, commemorates the men and women of Brighton who fell in the First World War.
War memorial, built in 1888, in the form of an obelisk erected by the Royal Sussex Regiment in memory of the men killed in the Egyptian campaign of 1882 and the Nile expedition of 1884-5.
"THE CITIZENS OF BRIGHTON, HOVE AND PORTSLADE REMEMBER ALL THOSE WHO HAVE DIED SERVING THEIR COUNTRY SINCE THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN CONFLICT OR IN PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS AROUND THE WORLD."