04 June 2018
Meet the first CWGC interns of 2018
The first wave of 2018 CWGC Centenary Interns have been in France and Belgium for over a month, working with the Commission at some of the most important sites commemorating those who died in the two world wars. Here are some of the interns who beat off competition from hundreds of applicants to join the CWGC Centenary internship.
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.