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Memorial to 15th (Isle of Man) Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Chapel of St John the Baptist

Period: 1968-06-19

NGR Easting: 227896

NGR Northing: 481865

Description: Inscription reads as follows: "Ubique / Quo fas et gloria ducunt / To the proud memory / of the officers and men / of the 15th. (I.O.M.) L.A.A. Regt. R.A. T.A. / who gave their lives in the / Second World War / 1939-1945."

There are 7 columns, 5 of which list a total of 81 names giving their rank. The remaining columns list country. Underneath the columns is inscribed: "Greater love hath no man than this."

Bronze plaque, designed by Mr T.W. Quayle.

Unveiled on 23 November 1952 by Major General G. Erskine.

This memorial was originally sited in Douglas Drill Hall, Tromode and was put in store on 19 June 1968 when the hall underwent a change of use. On 19 June 1968, a Ceremony of Unveiling and re-dedication took place at the Legislative Buildings before it was erected in a Government office. The new unveiling was conducted by His Excellency Sir Peter Stallard, K.C.M.G.., C.V.O., M.B.E., Lieut. Governor. The memorial was later removed when the building was refurbished, and was erected in its final resting place at the Royal Chapel, St Johns, on 11 November 2004.

Information provided by the Isle of Man Government Preservation of War Memorials Committee.
Image courtesy of Chris Blyth, Isle of Man Photographic Society.

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Site & Monument Type: plaque

Category: Isle of Man National Inventory of War Memorials

Site ID number: IOM_NIWM_GER_00003


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