The British architect was born in 1890. He was appointed the Principal Architect for North West Europe by the Imperial War Graves Commission during the Second World War. His works are found in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany including Bayeux Memorial (1955) and Dunkirk Memorial (1957).

Featured designs by Philip Hepworth

Dunkirk Memorial

The memorial stands at the entrance to the British War Graves Section of Dunkirk Town Cemetery in France. It commemorates more than 4,500 casualties of the British Expeditionary Force.