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Harold Charlton Bradshaw

 

(15th February 1893 - 15th October 1943)

 

 

Harold Charlton Bradshaw (15 February 1893-15 October 1943) was a Liverpool-born architect.

His design work included the British School at Rome's Common Room (1924, as projected by Edwin Lutyens) and several Commonwealth War Graves Commission First World War cemeteries and memorials, including the Cambrai Memorial in France and the Ploegsteert Memorial to the Missing and its surrounding cemetery. He also designed the Guards' Division Memorial in St. James's Park in London.

He received an honorary Degree of Master in Architecture from the University of Liverpool in 1930.

Bradshaw married Mary Taylor, an archaeologist, in 1918. They had three children: Christopher, a graphic designer; Julian, a physicist; and Anthony, a professor of botany.

Ploegsteert Memorial

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