British Govt Launches “WW1 Every Man Remembered Database”

World War One: Every Man Remembered database launched
Soldiers from across the British Empire – including Indian troops – fought in World War One
The Royal British Legion has started an online campaign to gather tributes to every Commonwealth serviceman and woman who died in World War One.
A total of 1,117,077 service personnel from what was then the British Empire died in the war, which began in 1914.
The Every Man Remembered database allows people to commemorate relatives or someone they knew, or find a person for whom no-one has yet left a tribute.

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