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Grave of Second World War paratrooper identified 72 years after his death
A rededication service for Lance Corporal William Loney was held at CWGC Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery in the Netherlands yesterday.
Rededication ceremony held for First World War serviceman
A rededication service for Lieutenant Charles Stonehouse took place at 10:00 on 3 July at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s Serre Road Cemetery No. 3, on the Somme.
Sailor’s grave marked with his name 100 years after his death
On the 100th anniversary of his death, a rededication service was yesterday held for Petty Officer Charles McDonald at the Commission’s plot in Oostende New Communal Cemetery in Belgium.
CWGC intern marks 100th anniversary of her great great great uncle's death
Emily Robins travelled to Belgium to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of her great great great uncle, Captain Alfred Charles Bratt, who is buried at Tyne Cot Cemetery.
Casualties of Passchendaele: The Rev. William Doyle MC
17 August marks 100 years since The Rev. William Doyle died during the Third Battle of Ypres. Learn about the man who ministered to soldiers in the midst of battle.
Canadian RAF Pilot remembered
As part of Road to Peace project, learn the remarkable account of Second Lieutenant William Percival Smith, a Canadian First World War medic who went on to pursue his dream of learning to fly.
Remembering Vernon Castle
Today, 15 February, marks 100 years since pilot and dance superstar Vernon William Blythe Castle died in a plane crash in Texas. Commemorated by the Commission in New York, Vernon was a distinguished pilot who flew hundreds of combat missions. Here is more about the man remembered as one of America’s first celebrity dancers.