Statue

Edward VII statue - Waterloo Place

Erection date: 20/7/1921

Inscription

Edwardvs VII, Rex Imperator, 1901 - 1910.

Unveiled by George V, his son.

Site: Edward VII statue - Waterloo Place (1 memorial)

SW1, Waterloo Place

We thank Jamie Davis for finding this link to the British Pathe news film of the unveiling.  The subscriptions for the memorial to King Edward were collected before WW1. They funded not only this statue but also the establishment of the King Edward VII Memorial Park as a public recreation ground.

 

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Edward VII statue - Waterloo Place

Subjects commemorated i

King Edward VII

Reigned: 1901 - 1910. Born and died at Buckingham Palace. Victoria's eldest s...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Edward VII statue - Waterloo Place

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King George V

Reigned: 1910 - 1936.  Born third in line to the throne, after his father (wh...

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Sir Bertram Mackennal

Born in Melbourne, Australia. Came to London to study at the British Museum a...

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