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First London Brigade Royal Field Artillery

First London Brigade Royal Field Artillery

The officers, warrant officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the First London Brigade Royal Field Artillery who laid down their lives in the Great War. Based at Handel Street, Bloomsbury.

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First London Brigade Royal Field Artillery

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St Lawrence Jewry war memorial

{Inscribed on the main stone plaque:} 1914 - 1918 In memory of the officers...

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1 memorial
Gregory Augustus Daymond

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Person, Armed Forces, Cinema, War Memorial WW2, USA

1 memorial