A tremendous piece of research, conducted over ten years, in which are listed, in alphabetical order, the names of over 60,000 officers of the British Empire who died during the Great War, including nurses and female aid workers. Based on the CWGC Registers, the information provided includes not only that shown in ‘Officers Died’ but also the place of burial or commemoration. The alphabetical listing means that looking up a name does not require prior knowledge of the regiment (as in ‘Officers Died’) though this information is given, as well as cross-reference to the relevant page number in ‘Officers Died’.
CROSS OF SACRIFICE. Vol. 1: Officers Who Died in the Service of British, Indian and East African Regiments and Corps, 1914-1919.