What forms can a war memorial take?

A war memorial can take many forms including but not limited to:
– Sculpted figures, crosses, obelisks, cenotaphs, columns, etc
– Boards, plaques and tablets (inside or outside a building)
– Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
– Community halls, hospitals, bus shelters, clock towers, streets etc
– Church fittings like bells, pews, lecterns, lighting, windows,altars, screens, candlesticks, etc
– Trophies and relics like a preserved gun or the wreckage at an aircraft crash site
РLand, including parks, gardens, playing fields and woodland
– Additions to gravestones (but not graves)