Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919

Part 34 - Worcestershire Regiment

War Office
Published in association with the Imperial war Museum, department of Printed Books

Published 1921

A reprint was published in 1989 by Polstead (ISBN 1-871505-348).

Over 700,00 men of the British Army gave their lives in France, Belgium, Gallipoli, East Africa, Palestine, Egypt and on other fronts. In 1921, as a memorial to them, the War Office published Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1919.

This 80-part roll of honour lists alphabetically the names and other related details of the soldiers from every regiment and corps of the British Army who lost their lives in all theatres of operation including Russia, India and Iraq. Arranged by regiment or by corps and then by battalion, most entries provide the following information: full names, service number, rank, awards, place of birth, enlistment and residence, nature of death (for example, killed in action; died of wounds; or died from other causes), date and place of death by theatre of war (for example, France and Flanders; Gallipoli; or Egyptian.






Part 34 - Worcestershire Regiment WW1 Died