Sec-Lieut. Nicholas Adolf Krohn 2nd Bn, Border Regiment. (7.8.1895|16.5.1915) Enlisted in the Artists Rifles (28th London Regiment) 6.8.1914. The Artists Rifles arrived in Northern France at the end of 10|1914. Received his commission as Sec-Lieut. 20.3.1915. KIA less than two months later during the Battle of Festubert 16.5.1915. Along with many others of the 2nd Bn Border Regiment who died during the battle, his name is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial. Panels -> 19 and 20.
Albert Ball decorated British flying ace during World War I. Died at the age of 20 while pursuing the brother of the infamous (and also dashing) Red Baron through a cloudbank.
Diary written by teenage soldier killed in WWI reveals horrors of war
A diary written by Private Thomas Chambers, or Tommy, which he wrote in France in the months leading up to the Battle of the Somme is set to go on display
1921 Rotogravure William Orpen Art WWI Portriat Field Marshal Earl Douglas XAHA8
Jim Martin, at 14 officially the youngest Australian serviceman to die at Gallipoli, Turkey.
2nd Lt Thomas Harold Broadbent Maufe VC from Ilkley in West Yorkshire won his VC during the Great War at Feuchy in France
Lance Corporal Douglas G. Adams 1 Battalion, London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) Lance Corporal Adams served with C Company, 9th Platoon. He was reported missing at Gommecourt on 1 July 1916 at the start of the Battle of the Somme. Aged 20, he was last seen fighting in the third line of German trenches. Lance Corporal Adams is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.