The death toll of the Great War is a sombre Roll of Honour that commands awe and respect even after the passing of nearly a century. Famously the first total war in British history reached into every corner of national life, and there were few families who did not know of a father, brother, uncle or son killed or wounded in the conflict. The Naval and Military Press, with its groundbreaking Soldiers Died CD Rom, and the Rolls of Honour and casualty lists in its many other publications is THE place to go for specific information if you have a relative or ancestor who fell. We are proud to publish them.
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