Bronze statue of a soldier, with a rifle, leaning on a rock. The pose was adapted from a Roman Dying Gladiator, but given a positive sense by the turn of the soldier's head as he looks back, presumably at his own troops, including the men who have fallen.
vulneratus non victus
[coat or arms of West Suffolk]
was erected by suffolk people as a memorial
to suffolk soldiers who lost their lives in the
south african war
Arthur G. Walker
The memorial was uneviled on 11th November 1904 by General Lord Methuen.
Memorial - list of names
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- Arthur George Walker RA (Hackney, London 1861 - 1939), English sculptor and painter
Sources & Information
Location (N 52°14'45" - E 0°42'44")
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Item Code: gbee039; Photograph: 7 June 2014
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