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Arctic Campaign Memorial Trust

Categories: History

Countries: Russia

First registered as a UK charity in 1990. Founder and Chair R. J. Wren. Activities given: "Creates memorials on behalf of Arctic (WWII) campaign veterans which includes "living memorials"."

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Arctic Campaign Memorial Trust

Creations i

WW2 Arctic Convoys memorial

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John Humffreys Parry

John Humffreys Parry

Born Flintshire, Wales.  Came to London in 1807 to train as a lawyer at the Temple.  Called to the bar in 1811.  But he was unsuccessful in this profession and turned to writing about Welsh history...

Person, History, Journalism / Publishing, Tragedy, Wales

1 memorial
Sir Proby Cautley

Sir Proby Cautley

Civil engineer and palaeontologist. FRS.  Born Suffolk.  Proby was his mother's maiden name.  1819 went to India as a commissioned second lieutenant.  Apart from a few years his work there was main...

Person, Engineering, History, India

1 memorial
J. Starkie Gardner

J. Starkie Gardner

Sculptor of, and historian on, decorative ironwork. Also wrote on geology and botany and collected fossils. His company, based in Lambeth, did all the metal work at 2 Temple Place, inside and out, ...

Person, Craft / Design, History, Sculpture

1 memorial
Bishop Mandell Creighton

Bishop Mandell Creighton

Born Carlisle. His first career was as an historian. Bishop of London, 1897–1901.

Person, History, Religion

2 memorials
Sir Kenneth Clark

Sir Kenneth Clark

Broadcaster and art historian. Born Kenneth Mackenzie Clark. He was keeper of the department of fine art at the Ashmolean Museum and Director of the National Gallery from 1934 to 1945. Came to nati...

Person, Art, History, TV & Radio

1 memorial