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In 1913 Lieutenant General Sir Francis Lloyd was appointed to the supreme position reserved for Guardsmen, the command of the London Districts. The war saw an extension of his responsibilities to include the hospitals and main railway termini in the metropolis. He was also put in charge of the construction of the defensive circle of trenches around London. Whether it was meeting hospital trains In 1913 Lieutenant General Sir Francis Lloyd was appointed to the supreme position reserved for Guardsmen, the command of the London Districts. The war saw an extension of his responsibilities to include the hospitals and main railway termini in the metropolis. He was also put in charge of the construction of the defensive circle of trenches around London. Whether it was meeting hospital trains returning from the front with wounded soldiers, or visiting areas of the City that had suffered from the Zeppelin and Gotha Bomber air raids, Francis Lloyd's presence would help to revive the population's flagging morale. This led him to be described by newspapers as 'The Man who runs London'.Francis Lloyd had the gift that so many distinguished men from Wales have, of oratory. Earlier in his career he had commanded the Welsh Division of the newly formed Territorials. He used this experience to great effect during the Great War in the vital recruitment campaigns around London. Lloyd was a Grenadier Guardsman and served in two campaigns in the Sudan and in South Africa during the Boer War, where he was severely wounded. After a career in the City of London, Richard Morris OBE has pursued a lifetime interest in the history of his home county, Essex, and its links with London. He is the author of The Powells in Essex and their London Ancestors (2002), The Verderers and Courts of Waltham Forest 1250-2000 (2004) and Merchants, Medicine and Trafalgar: the history of the Harvey Family (2007). He lives at Loughton, Essex. Books, History and Transport~~History~~History: Earliest Times To Present Day, The Man Who Ran London During The Great War~~Book~~9781848841642~~Richard Morris, , , , , , , , , ,

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Barnsley: Pen & Sword Military, 2009. In 1913 Lieutenant General Sir Francis Lloyd was appointed to the supreme position reserved for Guardsmen, the command of the London Districts. The war saw an extension of his responsibilities to include the hospitals and main railway termini in the metropolis. He was also put in charge of the construction of the defensive circle of trenches around London.Whether it was meeting hospital trains returning from the front with wounded soldiers, or visiting areas of the City that had suffered from the Zeppelin and Gotha Bomber air raids, Francis Lloyd's presence would help to revive the population's flagging morale. This led him to be described by newspapers as 'The Man who runs London'.Francis Lloyd had the gift that so many distinguished men from Wales have, of oratory. Earlier in his career he had commanded the Welsh Division of the newly formed Territorials. He used this experience to great effect during the Great War in the vital recruitment campaigns around London.Lloyd was a Grenadier Guardsman and served in two campaigns in the Sudan and in South Africa during the Boer War, where he was severely wounded.After a career in the City of London, Richard Morris OBE has pursued a lifetime interest in the history of his home county, Essex, and its links with London. He is the author of The Powells in Essex and their London Ancestors (2002), The Verderers and Courts of Waltham Forest 1250-2000 (2004) and Merchants, Medicine and Trafalgar: the history of the Harvey Family (2007). He lives at Loughton, Essex.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. New/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Pen & Sword Military, 2009

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[EAN: 9781848841642], HB, 208 ppPublished Price £19.99 In 1913 Lieutenant-General Sir Francis Lloyd was appointed to command of the GuardsÕ London Districts. The Great War, which broke out the following year, saw an extension of his responsibilities to include the hospitals and main railway termini in the metropolis. He was also put in charge of constructing a defensive circle of trenches around the capital.Whether it was meeting hospital trains returning from the front laden with wounded soldiers, or visiting areas of the City hit by Zeppelin and Gotha Bomber air raids, LloydÕs presence would help to revive the populationÕs flagging morale. This led him to be described by newspapers as ÔThe Man who runs LondonÕ.Francis Lloyd had the Welsh gift of oratory. Earlier in his career he had commanded the Welsh Division of the newly formed Territorials. He used this experience to great effect during the Great War in recruitment campaigns around London. Lloyd was a Grenadier Guardsman and served twice in the Sudan and in South Africa during the Boer War, where he was severely wounded.

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The Man Who Ran London During the Great War: The Diaries and Letters of Lieutenant General Sir Francis Lloyd, GCVO, KCB, DSO, (1853-1926)
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Morris Obe, Richard

Titel:

The Man Who Ran London During the Great War: The Diaries and Letters of Lieutenant General Sir Francis Lloyd, GCVO, KCB, DSO, (1853-1926)

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1848841647

In 1913 Lieutenant General Sir Francis Lloyd was appointed to the supreme position reserved for Guardsmen, the command of the London Districts. The war saw an extension of his responsibilities to include the hospitals and main railway termini in the metropolis. He was also put in charge of the construction of the defensive circle of trenches around London. Whether it was meeting hospital trains returning from the front with wounded soldiers, or visiting areas of the City that had suffered from the Zeppelin and Gotha Bomber air raids, Francis Lloyd's presence would help to revive the population's flagging morale. This led him to be described by newspapers as 'The Man who runs London.'

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 1848841647
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: PEN & SWORD BOOKS (NCR)
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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