Plaque: Dwight D Eisenhower - Kingston
Erection date: 1995
General Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme commander, allied forces Europe, General Eisenhower lived in Telegraph Cottage, Warren Road, from 1942 to 1944. This property formerly stood about 750 yards along Warren Road, this plaque was erected by the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames to commemorate the 50th anniversary of VE Day and VJ Day 1995.
Site: Dwight D Eisenhower - Kingston (1 memorial)
KT2, Kingston Hill and Warren Road
Telegraph Cottage no longer stands but name tells some of its history, in the days when semaphore was the best method of telegraphing (meaning: writing at a distance) - told on Diamond Geezer's page.