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Royal Artillery Memorial, London


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The Royal Artillery Memorial is a stone memorial at Hyde Park Corner in London dedicated to casualties in the British Royal Regiment of Artillery in World War I.
Designed by Lionel Pearson with statues by Charles Sargeant Jagger and dedicated in 1925, the memorial is in the form of a giant sculpture of a BL 9.2 inch Mk I howitzer upon a plinth of Portland stone.
There are four bronze figures of artillery soldiers on the memorial as part of scenes reflecting the reality of war.

17th Jun 2010

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