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"Douglas Haig's Statue"

Built of bronze, the Earl Haig Memorial is an equestrian sculpture of Douglas Haig, a commander in the British Western Front and also 1st Earl Haig. Earl Haig Memorial was built to the designs of Alfred Frank Hardiman, a noted sculptor and its construction was commissioned in 1928 by the British Parliament. It was unveiled on November 10, 1937 by Duke of Gloucester, Prince Henry while King George VI laid a wreath at the statue's foot in Armistice Day. The memorial's construction was a subject of controversy and the commander's uniform, stance, anatomy and riding position were severely criticized.
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"Douglas Haig's Statue"
Built of bronze, the Earl Haig Memorial is an equestrian sculpture of Douglas Haig, a commander in the British Western Front and also 1st Earl Haig. Earl Haig Memorial was built to the designs of Alfred Frank Hardiman, a noted sculptor and its construction was commissioned in 1928 by the British Parliament. It was unveiled on November 10, 1937 by Duke of Gloucester, Prince Henry while King George VI laid a wreath at the statue's foot in Armistice Day. The memorial's construction was a subject of controversy and the commander's uniform, stance, anatomy and riding position were severely criticized.
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