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Boy David Memorial, London
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  • The boy David Memorial stands in Central London at the southeastern end of Hyde Park in the middle of a roundabout and in close proximity to Wellington arch. It was unveiled in 1925 and commemorates the fallen of the machine gun Corps during the first world war. The plant was designed in grey marble. It consists of three bases. Stands in the middle of the naked David with a sword in hand, on the bases left and right, each is a machine gun. In Germany certainly so unthinkable. The British do hold very different with their fallen, which applies just to respect it. Well, like us.
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  • The statue of David is commemorating the Machine Gun Corps heroes and it represents the Goliath defeater with its large sword in his hand, flanked by two bronze machine guns. Its location makes it eas...  more »
  • There are many units that appear in the British Army order of battle and then disappear again. They are often only remembered by those who have ancestors who served in them, or specialist historians. ...  more »