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The First Viscount Tredegar - Is-Iarll Cyntaf TredegarGodfrey Charles Morgan, 1st Viscount Tredegar
Ruperra Castle, Glamorganshire 1831 - 1913
British Army officer and British politician
W. Goscombe John
first viscount tredegar
erected by the county of
glamorgan as a tribute
of respect and affection
unveiled on the 55th anni-
versary of the day on which
lord tredegar then captain
godfrey charles morgan led
a troop of xvii lancers in the
charge of the light brigade
Signed: (statue, reliefs, plinth) w. goscombe john r.a. sc.
Lord Tredegar, who is in his eightieth year, was visibly moved by the ceremony, and a brief address he recalled the words of the French General on the charge of the Light Brigade, "It is magnificent, but it is not war." "I don't know exactly what that general would call war," remarked his Lordship, amid laughter, "but the charge was something very nearly like war." (Laughter).
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