There are a growing number of “war memorial” websites. It’s impossible to keep track of them all, but my favourites are those which, like this site, try to tell something of the lives and deaths of the men. These are some of them:
Unchanged by Time – the Lancing War Memorial in Sussex.
Another one from Sussex – Chailey 1914-1918
Malvern Remembers – searchable by name, regiment, school or church.
Chesterfield Sherwoods on the Somme – the men from the town who served with the Foresters.
And, from the same neck of the woods, Derbyshire Lads at War
Kinnethmont – one from North of the Border
And, from the other side of the Irish Sea – Ballymena 1914 -1918.
One sponsored by a Government Department commemorating its employees – Department of Trade & Industry
Lastly, the first on the web and still one of the best – Northallerton Memorials Project
Links to several sites of specific interest to the researcher appear on the Acknowledgements page. These are just a few of the many other websites dedicated to aspects of the Great War
Hellfire Corner - Tom Morgan’s website contains many articles of general Great War interest, including several of mine. Tom is a bookseller and his on-line Great War books catalogue is available.
Western Front Association – 6500 members, worldwide, dedicated to remembering those who died in the conflict.
An ever increasing number of photographs of men’s graves can found at the British War Graves Project.
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