‘Something more than a tribute to the dead’: the story of Manchester’s cenotaph

It’s the 11th of November, 1920, and we’re in Albert Square, Manchester. Eleven o’ clock is approaching and the streets are packed. People have climbed onto the monuments in the square, they’re up on the roofs all around, and there are faces in every window. We’re standing next to a journalist from the Manchester Guardian … Continue reading ‘Something more than a tribute to the dead’: the story of Manchester’s cenotaph