The Greek war memorial was built to honor the dead Greek soldiers
who fought along the Commonwealth soldiers against the axis
forces in the
battles of north Africa, particularily Al-Alamein
Greek and Polish troops took part later in the battle of
Al-Alamein to reinforce the fighting which ended in 1942 with
the decisive victory of the British forces.
The memorial is designed as a small Athenian temple in the
middle of a yard, with plaques commemorating soldiers on the
wall surrounding the temple.