30 January 2017
Relatives of two WW2 Australian casualties sought for road-naming honour
The relatives of two airmen from Australia, who died in England during the Second World War, are being sought as part of plans to name new roads after the fallen.
After an enforced absence of more than 12 years, staff from the Commission have made a historic return to Iraq.
Today (15 June) marks 100 years since Edward Harold Brittain – the brother of writer and Voluntary Aid Detachment (V.A.D.) nurse Vera Brittain – was killed in action while serving on the Italian Front.