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Memorial

Arthur Sullivan V.C. Arthur Sullivan

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Arthur Sullivan V.C.

Erection date: 1939

Inscription

{On the Australian army's rising sun badge:} Australian commonwealth military services.
{On the main plaque:} To the glory of god and in ever living memory of gnr. Arthur P. Sullivan. V.C. who was accidentally killed on April 9th 1937 whilst serving as a representative of his country at the coronation of H.M.King George VI, this tablet was erected by his comrades of the Australian coronation contingent 1939.
{At each corner of the plague on a representation of the Victoria Cross:} For valour.

The plaque blends in so well with the railings, that it's easily missed.

Site: Arthur Sullivan (1 memorial)

SW1, Birdcage Walk, Wellington Barracks

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Arthur Sullivan V.C.

Banker and soldier. Born Arthur Percy Sullivan at Crystal Brook, South Austra...

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