Detailed biographies of some of the casualties whose names appear on the the largest CWGC cemetery in the world, Tyne Cot, many of those who fell on the Passchendaele battlefields are buried here. Tyne Cot was a barn that stood near the level crossing on the road from Passchendaele to Broodseinde, and around it were a number of blockhouses. King George V visited Tyne Cot cemetery in 1922 during his visit to the cemeteries of the First World War. He chose a blockhouse as the site on which the Cross of Sacrifice was placed.
Hardcover, 416 pages