New Fromelles exhibition opens at Imperial War Museum
05 July 2010
A new exhibition, organised by the Commonwealth War Graves
Commission, tells the fascinating story of the 250 Australian and
British soldiers who were found in several mass graves at Fromelles
in northern France in 2008.
Over the past two years, the soldiers have been carefully exhumed
and reburied in the CWGC's new purpose-built cemetery at Fromelles,
the first such cemetery to be built in 50 years.
This video shows the new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum,
London, and talks to relatives of the men who fell at Fromelles, as
well as some of those experts who've worked on the project.