Person    | Male  Born 27/1/1929  Died 30/8/2023

Mohamed Al-Fayed

Categories: Commerce

Countries: Egypt

Shop-keeper. Born Egypt. Arrived in London in the 70s and added the aristocratic "al" prefix to his name. He owned Harrods, the Paris Ritz and Fulham Football Club. The drunk chauffeur of the car in which Dodi and Diana died was employed by Fayed.

Londonist lists 11 Secrets of Harrods - we particularly like the one about Harrodsville in New Zealand.

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Mohamed Al-Fayed

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Dodi and Diana - Harrods

Both the Egyptian escalator and associated decorations and the bronze statue ...

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Michael Jackson statue - lost

This memorial is no longer here. Michael Jackson was a friend of Mohamed Al-F...

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Other Subjects

Goldenberg & Company
1 memorial
Kleinwort Benson

Kleinwort Benson

Private banking company.

Group, Benefactor, Commerce

1 memorial
Imperial Hotel, Russell Square

Imperial Hotel, Russell Square

Designed by Charles Fitzroy Doll.  The picture was taken in 1913 after the completion of the extension, which is the section on the left, to the north (2017: we now think the 'extension' was into t...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

22 memorials
Dorsett Hospitality International

Dorsett Hospitality International

From their website: "Dorsett City is the perfect choice for business and leisure travellers seeking a 4-star hotel where British Charm meets Asian Hospitality" etc.

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Flight Lieutenant Henry Forster Withy

Flight Lieutenant Henry Forster Withy

Henry Forster Withy was born on 10 October 1910 in West Hartlepool, Durham, the elder son of Henry Daubeny Withy (1882-1914) and Emily Edith Withy née Wilson (1879-1932). His birth was registered i...

Person, Armed Forces, Commerce, Malta

War dead, WW2
1 memorial