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King George V Memorial

Gazetteer No. G0509

Date 1936

Address Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1PZ England


Lower down on the corner of Datchet Road, the MONUMENT to George V, ‘first sovereign of the house of Windsor’, 1937 by Lutyens. Portland stone. Centre, a crown on a blocky base. To l. and r. wide, shallow basins. In a line of descent from earlier tripartite memorials by Lutyens, e.g. at Northampton, but not his finest hour. (Tyack et al, 2010, p.710)


Tyack G, Bradley S, Pevsner N (2010) Berkshire. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Also Cited In

Butler, A., 1950. The architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens: the Lutyens memorial series. Vol III: Town and Public Buildings: Memorials: The Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool, Country Life: London and Scibners: New York.

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