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Julius Caesar

Roman dictator, politician and general. Born Circa 100 BC. Ruled Rome in a triumvirate with Crassus and Pompey, eventually assuming sole control. Invaded Britain twice, in 55 and 54 BC. Famously assassinated on 15th March 44 BC.

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Brentford Monument

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J. Chaplin

J. Chaplin

Employed at the Holloway tram garage. Served and was killed in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Navy Office, Seething Lane

Navy Office, Seething Lane

Built on the site of Walsingham's mansion, this was the Navy Office in which Samuel Pepys lived and worked.  Survived the Great Fire partly due to Pepys' efforts.  Destroyed by another fire in 1673...

Building, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
Albert Reginald Twyford

Albert Reginald Twyford

Soldier. At 14 years old, he managed to conceal his real age when he volunteered for the army. Men under the age of 18 were not allowed to join the army and had to be 19 to be sent on overseas serv...

Person, Armed Forces, France

1 memorial
Jellicoe Express

Jellicoe Express

Officially 'The Euston to Thurso Naval Special' this was known as the Misery Express. From 1917 this Royal Navy train ran daily between London Euston and Thurso during both world wars. It was name...

Vehicle, Armed Forces, Transport, Scotland

1 memorial
22nd Battalion (The Queens)

22nd Battalion (The Queens)

London unit which served in WW1.

Group, Armed Forces

1 memorial