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Alfred Andrew Adams

Alfred Andrew Adams

Private. Number 1538, of the London Regiment, 15th County of London Batallion. Birth registered at St Saviour, Southwark. He is buried in plot III, A, 17 of St. Patrick's Cemetery, Loos.  IWM have ...

War dead, War Memorial WW1, France

1 memorial

Field Marshal, First Viscount Alanbrooke

Field Marshal, First Viscount Alanbrooke

Churchill's chief military advisor in WW2.  Born (and brought up) in France as Alan Brooke into the Irish aristocracy.  Entered the army aged 18 and served in Ireland and India and then in WW1, in ...

Person, Armed Forces, France, India, Ireland

1 memorial

Prince Leopold George Duncan Albert, Duke of Albany, K.G., K.T.,

Prince Leopold George Duncan Albert, Duke of Albany, K.G., K.T.,

Queen Victoria's youngest son, delivered at Buckingham Palace with the aid of chloroform. A haemophiliac he died aged 30. Married Helena and had two children: daughter Alice and son, Charles Edward...

Person, Royalty, France

1 memorial

Field Marshal Allenby

Field Marshal Allenby

Army officer. Born Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby at Brackenhurst Hall, near Southwell, Nottinghamshire. He fought in the second Boer war and in World War I his command captured Vimy Ridge. Later he l...

Person, Armed Forces, Africa, Egypt, France

2 memorials

Lindsay Anderson

Lindsay Anderson

Film and theatre director, critic and writer, ‘This sporting Life', ‘If', ‘The Whales of August', awarded the 1955 Oscar for Best Documentary Short. Born India, died France.

Person, Theatre, Cinema, France, India

1 memorial

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