National Geographic : 1937 May
00 Photograph from Topical Press PERHAPS ONE OF THE SOLDIERS WHO FORMED SOLID WALLS AT KING GEORGE V'S CORONATION ISBRITAIN'S UNKNOWN WARRIOR Only three years after the historic photograph was taken, many of these men went to France to fight for King andCountry. The hallowed Cenotaph, which commemo rates Britain's World War dead, stands today about where the third carriage in the 1911 coronation procession is passing (page 616). White pedestals, surmounted by statues and eagles, together with the distant arch, were temporary decorations. Beyond the Household Cavalry risethe Education, Home, and Colonial Offices.