|Reflections on St. Paul's|
|Commander K. and Lord Nelson, St. Paul's|
|Thatcher Funeral, April 17 2013|
Photo courtesy: Marc Leslie
|Lord Nelson, St. Paul's, London|
|Christopher Wren's monument|
While the Blitz was raging during World War II Winston Churchill and his war cabinet were often forced to go underground into the Cabinet War rooms (see earlier post, Churchill War rooms, 2/1/12). When the "all clear" signal was flashed Winston would emerge from the depths and ask a simple question, "Is St. Paul's still standing?" Churchill knew the iconic importance that St Paul's possessed for English-speaking people everywhere. Churchill's funeral service was held here on January 30, 1965 (http://www.stpauls.co.uk/Cathedral-History/Cathedral-History/Cathedral-History-Timeline/1965).
|The "Dirty Corner" of St. Paul's|
|Commander K. and Lawrence of Arabia|
|"Modern Major Composer"|
|George Washington, St. Paul's|
|Roll of Honour, St. Paul's, London|
|American Eagle, St. Paul's, London|
Special thanks to Mark Hansen.
This below is not actually from St. Paul's but seems, nevertheless, appropriate...
You can now purchase Commander Kelly's