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Posted on Wednesday 1st February

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has launched a new website following a major redesign.

The new design is aimed at improving the user experience and making it easier to find information about the CWGC, their work and those they commemorate.

The site is now more colourful and dynamic and easy to navigate, including an improved search facility with 'filtered' results and a number of new additional features.

For more information about the CWGC, visit the new website.

Further Reading

The Unending Vigil

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The Unending Vigil

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by Philip Longworth

One million, one hundred thousand men and women lost their lives in the service of the British Empire during the First World War; in the Second, another six hundred thousand from all parts of the Commonwealth made the same sacrifice.
The First World War, which began as a war between professional armies, was very soon to be fought by millions of ordinary citizens turned soldier. Those who died could no longer be "shovelled… Read more...


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