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Newfoundland soldier of the First World War identified
The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces have identified the remains of Private John Lambert, a First World War soldier of The Newfoundland Regiment.
Grave of Wolverhampton soldier killed in Normandy rededicated
The grave of Trooper Robert John Cheshire, 23rd Hussars, The Royal Armoured Corps was rededicated at CWGC Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, France on 20 September 2023.
Rededication ceremony for Serjeant John Harold Bott DCM, 4169, Royal Fusiliers
A rededication ceremony for Serjeant John Harold Bott DCM, Royal Fusiliers, will be held at 2.15pm (local time) on 20 March 2024 at CWGC’s Hooge Crater Cemetery, Belgium.
Rededication Services held in France for Irish soldiers lost during The Great War
The graves of Lieutenant Frederic Hornby Lever Rushton MC and Private John Martin Roberts, who died serving with Irish regiments in The Great War, have been rededicated in France.
Cambridge born RAMC doctor rededicated at CWGC La Ville-aux-Bois British Cemetery, France
The grave of Captain Frederick Arthur John Robertson Brooke RAMC, a doctor killed during World War One has been identified and rededicated more than 105 years after his death.
Rededication service for Trooper Robert John Cheshire of 23rd Hussars
A rededication service for Trooper Robert John Cheshire of 23rd Hussars is taking places at 10:30 on 20 September 2023 at CWGC Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, France.
Casualties of Spring: Second Lieutenant John Schofield
Today, 9 April, marks 100 years since John Schofield died during the Spring Offensive. For his final actions he was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for “his fearless demeanour and bravery”.
Graves of two officers missing since 1918 rededicated in France
The graves of Lieutenant Harold Rymer Smith and Second Lieutenant Wilfred John Massey Lynch, killed on the Western Front in 1918, have been marked with new CWGC headstones bearing their name.
Remembering John McCrae
It is 100 years since the poet John McCrae died. In 1915 he wrote the poem In Flanders Fields, following the death of his friend during the Second Battle of Ypres.
Rededication ceremony for Captain Frederick Arthur John Robertson Brooke, Royal Army Medical Corps (att. Wiltshire Regiment)
Rededication ceremony for Cpt Frederick Arthur John Robertson Brooke, Royal Army Medical Corps will be held at 10.00am on 6 September 2023 at CWGC’s La Ville-aux-Bois British Cemetery, France.