Remember me - echoes from the lost generations
Triumph over adversity
 
 

Stonemasons

Overcoming massive problems of lack of manpower, transport and materials (enough stone for over 770, 000 headstones to begin with) the Commission managed ‘the biggest single bit of work since any of the pharaohs (and they only worked in their own country.)’
- The writer Rudyard Kipling (who had a long association with the Commission)

 
   
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