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Created in honour of individuals from Trinidad and Tobago who died in World War I from 1914-1918, the existing sculpture was unveiled in June 1924, and documentary records of those who had died were placed in its foundation. Subsequently, after the second World War 1939-1945, the names of those soldiers were added to the memorial.

Located between Frederick and Charlotte Streets, the park has four walkways which lead to the Cenotaph in the middle, with the names of the soldiers who died in the wars inscribed on bronze plaques and the names of those who served in the British West India Regiment. The park also has benches with flowering trees around its perimeter.