At the top of this c1918 memorial window are pictured the arms of the City of Norwich, the Diocese, Great Yarmouth, Kings Lynn, and the Crown.
The central figure is of a crusader knight, his shield bearing the arms of Norfolk County Council. Above a scroll reads 'The path of duty is the way to glory'. On either side, under architectural canopies,are depicted scenes of soldiers in trenches. The subject matter of the window is explained by the inscription in the bottom right corner 'Erected by the officers of the King's Own Royal Regiment Norfolk Yeomanry in memory of their fallen comrades of all ranks 1914 - 1918'
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