Since the photo below appeared in the TCN, I have been on
the hunt for it's location.
Thanks to Peter Laidler and the Royal Marine Museum the answer is now known.
REMEMBERED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY
This memorial of a Commando Soldier is in the cloisters of the Westminster Abbey. It was unveiled by the Rt. Hon. Sir Winston Churchill. KG, PC, CR, on the 21St May I 948.
The memorial is the work of the late Mr. Gilbert Ledward RA. and original plaster cast figure is in the care of the National Army Museum.
A short service of Remembrance is held annually at the Memorial, starting at 2:30 p.m., on the Saturday of the Remembrance weekend in November.
In St. George Chapel of Westminster Abbey, under the Commando Association Battle Honours Flag is a beautifully inscribed Roll of Honour Book. It contains the names of the 1706 Commandos - Army and Royal Marines - who lost their lives during World War II.
Relatives or kinsfolk of these Commandos wishing to inspect the Roll of Honour Book may do so by applying to the Dean's Verger.