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Flight Sub Lieutenant Reginald Warneford tomb, Brompton Cemetery, London (detail). Listed Grade II. The carved stone relief is probably the earliest depiction of aerial warfare on a public memorial © Jerry Young.

Warneford died 17 June 1915 when a bi-plane he was delivering broke apart in the air over Buc aerodrome near Paris. His body was repatriated and buried in Brompton Cemetery, London.

Flight Sub Lieutenant Reginald Warneford tomb, Brompton Cemetery, London (detail)

Dimensions:
1500 × 1875
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946 KB
Credit:
Jerry Young
Copyright:
© Jerry Young
Taken:
17 April 2017

Aperture

13

Camera

NIKON D800

Focal Length

85mm

Shutter Speed

1/15

ISO

100