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Monument: London Troops memorial - Fulham

Erection date: 12/11/1920


{On the large stone panel at the left:}
{At the top, around the badge for the City of London Artillery:}
1939 - 1945
N. Africa, Italy, N. West Europe
{On the narrow panel between that and the names:}
To the memory of the officers and men who fell in the Second World War.
{In a list of 4 columns, 174 names. See the Subjects commemorated.}
{On the narrow panel at the bottom:}
64th (7th London) Field Regiment, 117th Field Regiment, 56th Heavy Regiment Royal Artillery

{On the central bronze panel:}

{In the central top section:}
The London Troops Memorial
Erected in front of the Royal Exchange
7th London (County of London) Brigade RFA
{The top left square carries the crest for the City of London}

{On the square in the bottom left corner:}
Unveiled on Novr 12th 1920 by HRH The Duke of York, KG on behalf of Field Marshal HRH the Duke of Connaught, KG, KT, KP.

{On the middle section below the relief:}
To the immortal honour of the officers, non-commissioned officers and men of London, who served their king and Empire in the Great War.  1914 – 1919.
This memorial is dedicated in proud and grateful recognition by the City and County of London.
“Their name liveth for evermore.”

{On the square in the bottom right corner:}
Raised by public subscription at the Mansion House in the peace year 1919 during the mayoralty of Col. The Right Hon. Sir Horace Brooks Marshall KCVO, LLD.
{Inscribed on the relief, on the base of the statue to the right:}
Drury RA

{On the large stone panel at the right:}
At the top,  below the badge for the City of London Artillery:}
Their name liveth for evermore

{Above the list of names:}
To the memory of the officers, warrant officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the 7th London Brigade RFA TF who gave up their lives in the service of their country in the Great War 1914 – 1918.
{In a list of 4 columns, 142 names. See the Subjects commemorated.}
{On the narrow panel at the bottom:}
1915 Festubert, Loos; 1916 Vimy Ridge, Somme;  1917 Messines, Ypres, Cambrai; 1918 Somme, Final Advance; 1917 Doiran, Gaza, Nebi Samwill, Jerusalem; 1918 Jericho, Megiddo.

On this wall are attached 3 memorials: two large stone panels (one for each world war) flanking a bronze plaque which is the London Troops War Memorial, in plaque form. The unveiling details given on the bronze plaque are identical to those on the full-size memorial.

On both stone panels the names are in 4 columns, in alphabetical sequence. However on the WW1 panel each column has 5-7 names at the bottom in random sequence. By WW2 they'd got better organised, or just delayed the memorial for longer, since there are no late additions.

Site: London Troops memorial - Fulham (1 memorial)

SW6, Putney Bridge Approach, Vicarage Gardens

See the Fulham monument for more info on this garden.

We recognised this as a flat version of the monument at the Royal Exchange and were pleased to find an explanation of how it came to be, from Stepping Forward London: "The London Troops Memorial that stands in the City of London, in front of the Royal Exchange, was erected in 1920 and is dedicated to all those from London Units who fell in the conflicts of 1914-1919 and 1939-1945. At the time of the original dedication, each unit listed was presented with a bronze plaque repricating {sic} the memorial to be displayed in their Headquarter locations.

Many of these plaques still survive and have been tracked to their current 2014 locations {given on another SFL page}. Some are stored, some have been preserved in museum collections and one is in a memorial park in Fulham. However, the majority are affixed to the wall in the Drill Hall of the successor unit as was originally intended."

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
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