Winston Churchill - Epping 2
Frieze of Parnassus - Flaxman
St Botolph’s - charity girl
Hitchcock mosaics 15 - Vertigo, 1958
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Bryant & May Testimonial fountain - lost
Emily Wilding Davison - Epsom
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Milos Crnjanski

Milos Crnjanski

Poet, and diplomat. Born in Csongrád, Hungary. His family moved to Romania in 1896, where the Serbian heritage was instilled in him. In 1912 he went to study in Rijeka (in modern day Croatia) and V...

Person, Poetry, Politics & Administration, Austria, Balkans, Hungary, Romania, Serbia

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Lieutenant Gareth Evans

Lieutenant Gareth Evans

From 69 Gurkha Field Squadron, 36 Royal Engineers, killed, aged 25, while trying to clear mines and booby traps from a school in Negrovce, 20 miles west of Pristina, Kosovo. Two civilians were kill...

War dead, War Memorial other, Serbia

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Rev. Claude Hinscliff

Rev. Claude Hinscliff

Member of Men’s League for Women’s Suffrage, founded the Church League for Women’s Suffrage in 1909 with his wife Gertrude. He officiated at Emily Wilding Davison’s funeral. Later he worked in Serb...

Person, Gender Issues, Religion, Romania, Serbia

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Elsie Inglis

Elsie Inglis

Elsie Maud Inglis was an innovative doctor, pioneering surgeon, inspiring teacher, suffragist, and founder of the Scottish Women's Hospitals. Member of Women’s Liberal Federation and Federation of ...

Person, Gender Issues, Medicine, India, Scotland, Serbia

1 memorial

Dositey Obradovich

Dositey Obradovich

Author, philosopher, linguist, polyglot (knew 10 languages) and first minister of education of Serbia. Often referred to by just his first name. Died Belgrade. Pictured on Yugoslavian 5,000 dinara ...

Person, Education, Literature, Philosophy, Serbia

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