Person    | Male  Born 25/3/1906  Died 7/9/1990

A. J. P. Taylor

Categories: History, Literature, TV & Radio

Historian and broadcaster. Born Alan John Percivale Taylor in Birkdale, Lancashire. A lecturer in modern history at Manchester University and in international history at Oxford. His major works include 'The Struggle for Mastery in Europe 1848 - 1918' and 'The Origins of the Second World War'. Probably best known for his historical lectures on television. Died at a nursing home in Barnet.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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A.J.P. Taylor

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Japan-British Culture Memorial Club

Japan-British Culture Memorial Club

We can find no information about this group so we guess it was short-lived and dis-banded once the memorial was unveiled.

Group, Community / Clubs, History, Japan

1 memorial
The International Churchill Society

The International Churchill Society

A society set up to provide a forum to bring together all those with an interest in commemorating the life and advancing the legacy of British statesman Sir Winston Churchill.

Group, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Dr. James Cope

Dr. James Cope

Medical adviser to City Companies, with an interest in history, particularly John Wilkes. Cope promoted the erection of the statue.

Person, History, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Creekmouth Preservation Society

Creekmouth Preservation Society

Formed with the purpose of preserving the history of Creekmouth Village.

Group, Community / Clubs, History

2 memorials
Bexley Historical Society

Bexley Historical Society

It aims to foster an interest in all matters of historical significance relating to the Bexley district.

Group, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial