Slim statue

Slim statue Slim statue

{On front of plinth:}
Field Marshal The Viscount Slim, KG, CGB,GGMG, GCVO, GBE, DSO, MC
14th Army Burma, 1943 - 1945,
Governor General and Commander in Chief, Australia, 1953 - 1960.

{On back of plinth:} 
Commander in Chief, Allied Land Forces South Est Asia,
Chief of the Imperial General Staff
Governor and Constable, Windsor Castle 

{On both sides of plinth, below a bronze star:}
Defeat into victory

{On low shallow plinth: left, front, right, back:}
Rangoon, Sittang,
Kohima, Imphal, Arakan,
Irrawaddy, Mandalay, Meiktila 

{On the base of the statue:}
Ivor Roberts-Jones RA
Cast by Meridian Fine Art, London

Site: Slim statue (1 memorial)

SW1, Whitehall, Raleigh Green

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Slim statue

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Field Marshal Viscount William Slim

Field Marshal. Born near Bristol, brought up in Birmingham. Fought and wounde...

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Ivor Roberts-Jones

Born Oswestry.

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