With a religious presence on the site reaching its thirteen-hundredth year upon the outbreak of war in 1914, St. Paul’s Cathedral (its latest iteration opened at the end of the seventeenth century) has been a feature of life in London, and on the…

Waterloo – the area and the railway station – featured prominently in the experience of Australian soldiers during their time in London in the First World War. Of the approximately 400,000 Australians that served in the war (416,809), many of these…