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In 1691, Sir Christopher Wren designed for Queen Mary II a terrace overlooking the Thames in front of the old river wall of Whitehall Palace built by Henry VIII. This terrace projecting about 70 feet into the bed of the river, was about 280 feet…
The Gurkha Soldier Bravest of the Brave Most Generous of the Generous Never Had Country More Faithful Friends Than You Professor Sir Ralph Furner MC ( rear bronze plaque ) First World War 1914 — 1918 France and Belgium Gallipoli …
Jubilee Greenway Her Majesty the Queen Diamond Jubilee 1952-2012 A 60km path for London Jubilee Walkway Trust
Field Marshal Earl Haig Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies In France 1915 - 1918
In Memory of the 202 Innocent People Killed by an Act of Terrorism in Kuta on the Island of Bali, Indonesia on the 12th of October 2002 The British Citizens Lost Are Here Lovingly Remembered ( the names and ages of those lost are listed ) …
Spencer Compton Eighth Duke of Devonshire K · C Born 1833 · Died 1908
To Major General Sir Henry Havelock K.C.B. And His Brave Companions In Arms During the Campaign in India 1857 "Soldiers! Your labours your privations your sufferings and your valour will not be forgotten by a grateful countr…
Trenchard 1873 - 1956 ( back ) Marshal of the Royal Air force The Viscount Trenchard G.C.B. O.M. G.C.V.O. D.S.O. Chief of the Air Staff   1918 1919 - 1929 Royal Scots Fusiliers   1893 - 1919 West African Frontier   Force 1903 - 1910 …
( east side, facing the River Thames ) 1914 1918 In Perpetual Memory 1939 1945 ( west side, facing the street ) In Memory of All Ranks of the Royal Naval Air Service   Royal Flying Corps Royal Air Force and those Air Forces from …
Charles G. Gordon CB Major · General · Royal · Engineers Killed at Khartovm XXVI Janvary MDCCCLXXXV