This memorial bears the testimony to the sacrifices made the by the Hyderabadi or Nizami Soldiers. As a part of the Imperial Services Lancer, thousands of soldiers from Nizam's Army took part in the World War 1. This memorial was built by Eric Marrot, a well-known architect. When you visit this sight then you can come to know about it more. The inscriptions clearly talk of the places where the army was sent. There are names of the places such as Damascus, Sharon, Megiddoo, Nebi Samwill etc. "This memorial really deserves some attention from the people of Hyderabad or from anyone who comes here to visit the city because it talks of the sacrifices of the soldiers - the sons of Hyderabad," so said the local who knows more of it. "People today visit places such as Charminar, Golconda Fort or many of the palaces of the Nizams such as Chowmohalla Palace etc because these are the places that are well-known. It is common to visit places which everyone talk of. So, there is a need to make places popular - places such as "Memorial of the WW1 Heroes" or others which have not got the attention from the people," said a local.