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Machine Gun Corps Memorial


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The Machine Gun Corps Memorial, also known as The Boy David, is a memorial to the dead of the Machine Gun Corps in the First World War at Hyde Park Corner in London. To either side of the statue is a Vickers gun, encased in bronze and laurel-wreathed. The memorial was originally erected in 1925 next to Grosvenor Place, near Hyde Park Corner.

17th Jun 2010

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