IN MEMORy by Pierre Vandervelden
The visit of Commonwealth War Cemeteries, Communals Cemeteries & Churchyards in Belgium & France
Links (Open a new window):
OFFICIAL SITE : Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Research by name of casualty or cemetery.
|The visit of all Commonwealth cemeteries in NETHERLANDS by Pieter van Elteren.|
To lodge or to eat at the heart of the Great
War Battlefield in the Somme, don't miss Avril
Williams Guest House and Tea Room "Ocean
Family athmosphere at 5 minutes of Thiepval, 10, Rue Delattre, Auchonvillers.
Original Great War trench back of the guest house; WWI and WWII museum also on the place.
CANADIAN VIRTUAL WAR MEMORIAL
This site contains a registry of information about the graves and memorials of more than 116,000 Canadians and Newfoundlanders who served valiantly and gave their lives for their country.
This site contains a registry of information about the graves and memorials of Australian casualties and some regimental diaries.
OFFICIAL SITE of research of
|"Creating a virtual Australian National War Grave Archive Web Site containing a digital photograph of every Australian War Grave and Memorial Commemoration of Armed Forces Personnel deceased through service of their country".|
you are looking for a photograph of a British War Grave you are in the right
place. BWG has thousands of photographs of War Graves from Commonwealth
War Graves Commission Cemeteries in the UK & around the world. All of
which are available free of charge.
Kept by my friend Mick McCann awarded Points of Light by Prime Minister's Office 10 Downing Street.
|The Maple Leaf Legacy Project is an enormous endeavour to procure a photograph of each and every Canadian War Grave from the South African War (1899-1902), World War 1 (1914-18), World War II (1939-45), Korean War (1950-52) and all United Nations Peacekeeping Missions to the present day.|
|The story of Pondfarm where you could visit a new museum about WWI, in a house build and maintened in state since the Great War.|
|BLESMA supports all those ex-Service men and women who have lost limbs or the use of their limbs. They provide advice on War Pensions, the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme, care allowances and the provision of prosthetics.|
|The goal of the South Africa War Graves Project is to archive photographs of every single South African & Rhodesian war grave from the 2nd Anglo-Boer War, WW1, WW2, Korea, Rand Revolt, Freedom Struggle, Angola-Border War to present day.|
|Discuss about topics more based on Canadian Expeditionary Force in Europe during WW1.|
|More than 47,000 members discuss on topics about WW1, find friends to help you if you search informations about a soldier, a regiment, a battlefield ...|
A very complete site who can help you with
this topics: Research a soldier | About the army | Battle histories | Battlefield
touring | Soldier's life | Books | Links | Forum | Search
|WW1, WW2 and bespoke pilgrimage based battlefield tours for small groups to the western front and Normandy. Tours based in Ypres, Somme, Arras, Cambrai, Verdun and Normandy|
|The Association aims to coordinate or create special events for commemoration ceremonies, develop exchanges at national and international level to be used to historical, cultural and pedagogical ends.|
THE CAMPAIGN TO IDENTIFY OUR WAR DEAD AT FROMELLES
SINCE ITS INCEPTION FROMELLES DISCUSSION GROUP HAS WORKED TO UPHOLD THE ROYAL CHARTER OF INCORPORATION AND SUPPLEMENTAL CHARTER WHICH UNDERPIN THE COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION AND THE TREATIES WHICH THAT BODY HAS NEGOTIATED WITH AFFILIATE NATIONS LIKE AUSTRALIA. THESE INSTRUMENTS, ESPECIALLY THE TREATIES THAT CAME INTO FORCE ON 26 NOVEMBER 1918 AND 31 OCTOBER 1951 NOT ONLY OUTLINE THE ROLE AND FUNCTION OF THE CWGC, BUT PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF AUSTRALIA'S WAR DEAD AND REQUIRES THE ORGANIZATION TO EXHUME, RECOVER AND IDENTIFY THE MISSING FOUND IN CIRCUMSTANCES LIKE THAT AT PHEASANT WOOD IN NORTHERN FRANCE.
British Units of WW1: Monuments in Picardy and one of the most complete
gallery of british and commonwealth insignas found on headstones.
War One Batlefields - Information on visiting the battlefields of the Western
Front plus contemporary and modern photographs.
|Web site dedicated to the history and battlefields of the Great War 1914-1918. It aims to provide you with information about the war itself and on how to visit the battlefields in France and Flanders - and what to see.|
Edward Walshe has visited nearly 200 Commonwealth
War Graves Commission (CWGC) cemeteries, and also a dozen German War Commission
cemeteries in the Western Front.
You'll find here some videos of these visits.
|This site is dedicated to those men and women who fell fighting for their country. Recorded here are various war memorials within a variety of counties, it is fully intended to complete as many war memorials in the United Kingdom as possible.|
|A searchable database of military and personal information about the men of Buckinghamshire who lost their lives in World War I. Includes photographs of War memorials and some Casualties. Updated frequently.|
Discover them on this French site.
|A very Complete description of WW1 day by day, with a lot of maps and pictures.|
|For The Fallen - British and Commonwealth War Graves and War Memorials.|
|Justice demands millennium pardons for those 306 innocent soldiers who were executed by the British Military Authorities for alleged cowardice and desertion during the First World War.|
|Photographs of all 940 Cemeteries of 40 burials and above that were featured in Sidney C. Hurst's 1929 book "The Silent Cities", and also Cemeteries with "Shot at Dawn" burials .|
|A lot of links about WW I and WW II websites|
|Another website with a lot of links about WW1|
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