A History of St. Paul's Cathedral and the American People

Chapman, Peter

Published by Peter Chapman
ISBN 10: 1905200692 / ISBN 13: 9781905200696
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Synopsis: Each Thanksgiving Day St Paul's Cathedral becomes the Church of the American Community in London. This has been so through good times and bad, since 1958 when the American Memorial Chapel at the east end of the Cathedral was dedicated. In the Second World War 28,000 Americans died while based in Britain. This book tells the fascinating story of how the Chapel, created in their memory, was conceived. It also describes how the Chapel is playing a living role 50 years later. There is a relationship between the Cathedral and the American people which runs beyond even the shared mourning of wartime loss. This book recounts historic events which have served to strengthen this bond. This history is accompanied by beautiful illustrations dating back to the 40s as well as specially commissioned new photography.

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Title: A History of St. Paul's Cathedral and the ...
Publisher: Peter Chapman
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Chapman, Peter
Published by Peter Chapman
ISBN 10: 1905200692 ISBN 13: 9781905200696
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