The officers and men of the Regiment are remembered on a number of memorials both at home and abroad.
The memorial to the Queen Victoria’s Rifles Regiment’s fallen from the First World War and especially from the action at Hill 60 is located within the Hill 60 Battlefield Memorial Park, South East of Ypres. The current memorial replaces the original which was damaged in the Second World War:
The 30 Brigade memorial plaque inside the gatehouse of Calais Citadel, the scene of the epic defence in May 1940, remembers those that fell there alongside their comrades from the Kings Royal Rifle Corps and the Rifle Brigade.
The London Troops Memorial outside the Royal Exchange in the City of London remembers all the City and Country of London Regiments that fought in the First World War.