This monument is located south of the main avenue opposite to the "Kaiserstein". The monument was unveiled on May 23, 1880. The monument originally displayed the names of the 300 graduates who had been killed in action between 1757 and 1880.
The names of the fallen graduates are chiseled on two marble plates, which are borderd by caryatides, and ordered chronologically as well as according to battles. The dedication is in the middle of the wall with the inscription "Treu bis in den Tod" (Loyal unto Death")
In 1927 the monument was expanded by the names of the 600 graduates fallen in World War I. In 1959 followed the addition of those 500 graduates who had been killed in the Second World War.
In total, the monument shows the names of 1400 graduates - that´s why the monument´s name.