I generally do not like the idea of "taking away" anything, soldiers fight by and large because they are told to because this is your home and that dude is an asshole who is coming here to wreck your shit. The greater concepts kind of go out the window, war is also a messy thing and close up you might notice nobody is wearing "The good side" and the "evil side" Tshirts in most cases you need distance and and perspective to see such things if you can end up seeing them at all.
Heck from my own history i can tell you even knowing you are on the "wrong" side you still cheer for your soldiers. I dont like talking about it because i have a lot of american friends and it makes them uncomfortable, i was not a soldier during the Nato bombardment of Serbia(I served my year some times after), the place i live did not see much close attention thankfully. I have no ill will against the US even then logically i knew Milosevic was a horrible leader, fucking 70% of everybody knew that. In some ways the conflict probably prolonged his stay by a few months but what it also did was give large sections of the military who might have also deserved some looking into a lot of leeway and protection because in general the sentiment was that they faught to protect.
During my stint in the military (Its mandatory* for 9months back then) i knew and talked to a major who was charged with war crimes and was thinking of willingly going. He was a lonely man who sat around in the cafeteria a lot after hours. He lost his son in the conflicts before that, so really he had no place to go. To here him tell it, you get taken under fire in barracks during the night, you do not ask questions you defend your self. And the next day, hey what do you know Serbian forces gun down 5 14 year olds. Well shit, the 14 year olds had AK and were full on intent on killing you all but thats not what gets shouted around. And that was the tone of things a lot. And once you get far enough into the mind set of "us" vs "them" they stop being humans, its how soldiers can function its a large part of what you get taught you do things because you get told to do things, its not your decision its an order now do it. A lot of people ill understand that, luckily for me it never came to it though there was a period ware it was close for about 3 days (There were some church burning in Kosovo and there was actually an all alert order issued) but very lucky for me noting came of it.
I really dislike the blaming of soldiers for anything, and evidence has to be very detailed for me to feel comfortable judging them for anything because you were not there, nobody was taking shots at your head and the world tends to look a lot more fucking black and white when it is. Me and Bob and Tommy even though Tommy is kind of an asshole are the good guys those idiots over there are the bad guys.
And after its all done and over with Oh by the way you were fighting on the historically evil side so fuck you? Oh grate? So in general i would be very much against taking down a memorial to soldiers, because people feel uncomfortable about it. Good you should, you should feel uncomfortable about every memorial to soldiers.