As WWI was ending, with an estimated loss of one million fallen, there was no system in place to deal with the war dead. In 1917, the Imperial War Graves Commission was established and then, after the war, their work began to liaise with bereaved families around the world. You can read a full report on our recent talk by clicking here …
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