New Communist Party of Britain
International Brigade Memorial
Jubilee Gardens, London SE1
Designed by Ian Walters and unveiled in 1985 the inscription reads : "In honour of over 2100 men and women volunteers who left these shores to fight side by side with the Spanish people in their heroic struggle against Fascism 1936-1939. Many were wounded and maimed, 526 were killed, their example inspired the world. "
The quotations read: "They went because their open eyes could see no other way" and "Yet Freedom! Yet thy banner, torn but flying, streams like the thunder-storm against the wind".