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Field Marshal HRH the Duke of Connaught (1850–1942), KG, Grand Prior of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in the British Realm

Photo credit: National Army Museum

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Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught (1850–1942), here wearing robes of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in the British Realm over the uniform of a Field Marshal, was the third son and seventh child of Queen Victoria. From an early age, the prince was interested in military matters and in 1866 he entered the Royal Military Academy Woolwich. He completed his studies in 1868.

National Army Museum





oil on canvas


H 54 x W 35 cm

Accession number

NAM. 1975-12-10

Acquisition method

gift from Miss J. M. Bonnar, 1975

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