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Alanbrooke statue

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Inscription

{On the front of the plinth:}
Field Marshal The Viscount Alanbrooke

{Right side of plinth:}
Chief of the Imperial General Staff, KF, GCB, OM, GOVO, DSO

{Front of shallow lower plinth:}
Master of Strategy 

{Left side of plinth:}
Master Gunner, St James's Park, 1946 - 1956

{Inscribed into the base of the statue:}
Ivor Roberts-Jones, CBE, RA
Cast by Meridian London

Site: Alanbrooke statue (1 memorial)

SW1, Whitehall, Raleigh Green

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Alanbrooke statue

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Field Marshal, First Viscount Alanbrooke

Churchill's chief military advisor in WW2.  Born (and brought up) in France a...

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Alanbrooke statue

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Ivor Roberts-Jones

Born Oswestry.

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