In memory of those who died this day during the Great War

  • 1916 282555 George Gordon De Laney, Infantry
    Buried at St Mary Churchyard, Bramshott, Hampshire
  • 1916 724248 John James Fitzgerald, Infantry
    Buried at St Joseph RC Church, Grayshott, Hampshire
  • 1916 135170 Harry Reginald Jackson, Infantry
    Buried at Lawns Wood Cem, Leeds, Yorkshire
  • 1916 136366 Thomas Munro Niven, Engineers
    Buried at Craighton Cemetery, Glasgow, Glasgow
  • 1916 331888 William Rudland Wells, Field Artillery
    Buried at Milford Cem, Witley, Surrey
  • 1917 490290 John Albert Drake, Railway Troops
    Buried at Cemetery, Brighouse, Yorkshire
  • 1917 722087 Henry George Giles, Labour Corps
    Buried at Efford Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon
  • 1917 886428 Harry Hoye Knutson, Infantry
    Buried at Cemetery, Norwich, Norfolk
  • 1919 2499367 Christopher Connery, Forestry Corps
    Buried at St Patrick RC Cem, Leytonstone, Essex

Our published articles

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November 2018

The Western Front Association magazine “Stand To!” No 113 (pp129-135)
"Lest We Forget" 1918-2018 The Armistice Remembered - Great War Centenary Issue
To Keep The Faith - John McCrae, Moina Michael and the Flanders Poppy.

March 2018

The Western Front Association magazine “Stand To!” No 111 (pp 69-74)
To Pardon or Not to Pardon?
The Twenty Five Great War Canadians Shot At Dawn Part 2

October 2017

The Western Front Association magazine “Stand To!” No 110 (pp 17-22)
To Pardon or Not to Pardon?
The Twenty Five Great War Canadians Shot at Dawn Part 1

November 2014

Article on "Far From Home"
written by Dan Black Editor of the Canadian “Legion” Magazine
legionmagazine.com

September 2014

The Western Front Association magazine “Stand To!” No 101 (pp 36 - 43)
The 'Khaki University of Canada' in The Great War A grand experiment.

Dec 2011/Jan 2012

The Western Front Association magazine “Stand To!” No 93 (pp 36-45)
Walter Fuller’s War One soldiers’ story.

June/July 2011:

The Western Front Association magazine “Bulletin” No. 90
Far From Home A study of WW1 Canadians commemorated in the UK

October 2007

The London Journal of Canadian Studies Vol 23: “Canada At War & Peace”
En Route to Flanders Fields The Canadians at Shorncliffe During The Great War

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