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Jellicoe & Beatty

Jellicoe & Beatty plaque Jellicoe & Beatty

Erection date: 21/10/1948

Inscription

These fountains and the busts against the north wall of the square were erected by Parliament to the memory of Admirals of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe and Earl Beatty to the end that their illustrious services to the state might never be forgotten.

Site: Jellicoe & Beatty plaque (1 memorial)

WC2, Trafalgar Square

Laid in the ground between the two fountains. The third bust, to Cunningham, was installed much later than the two to Jellicoe and Beatty.

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Jellicoe & Beatty

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Earl Beatty

Admiral. Born Nantwich. The youngest non-royal to become Rear Admiral since...

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Lord Jellicoe

Born Southampton. Commander of the fleet and victor at the Battle of Jutland ...

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Jellicoe & Beatty

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Houses of Parliament

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