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A bronze Memorial Plaque featuring a robed and helmeted Britannia standing behind a lion. Britannia is holding a trident in one hand and a wreath in the other. Two dolphins are also pictured on the plaque and a small scene of a lion pouncing on an eagle features near the bottom. " HE DIED FOR FREEDOM AND HONOUR " is marked around the edge of this scene. " WILLIAM / DAVID KEMP " is also marked in a rectangular frame on the plaque. " ECRP" is marked in small letters near the lion's front paw and a gold coloured cord is attached to two metal loops on either side of the plaque.
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This memorial plaque was issued to the family of Corporal William David Kemp who was killed at Chunuk Bair on 13 August 1915. More than 1 million of these plaques were issued to commemorate men and women who died on 'active service ' between 4 August 1914 and 10 January 1920. See: 
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