This Month's Honour Roll, History & Events


commemorates those members of my family tree who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, "Their Name Liveth For Evermore".

 

March 1914-1918


  • Sunday
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • 25
  • 26
  • 27
  • 28
  • 1
    British Sloop HMS Primula sunk
    ▶1916
    British armed merchant Cruiser HMS Calgarian sunk
    ▶1918
  • 2
  • 3
    Russia signs Brest Litovsk treaty and leaves war
    ▶1918
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
    British Submarine HMS H5 sunk "by collision in Irish Sea"
    ▶1918
  • 7
    British Torpedo Boat 11 sunk
    ▶1916
    British Destroyer HMS Coquette sunk
    ▶1916
  • 8
  • 9
    Germany declares war on Portugal
    ▶1916
    British armed boarding steamer HMS Fauvette sunk
    ▶1916
  • 10
    Battle of Neuve Chapelle
    ▶1915
  • 11
  • 12
    British Submarine E49 sunk "off Shetland Islands"
    ▶1917
  • 13
    Battle of Neuve Chapelle ends
    ▶1915
  • 14
  • 15
    British Destroyer HMS Foyle sunk
    ▶1917
    Austria-Hungary declares war on Portugal
    ▶1916
  • 16
    Order 464, Ban on photographs taken by U.S soliders
    ▶1915
  • 17
    British Sloop HMS Mignonette sunk
    ▶1917
  • 18
    ▶1918
    Austria-Hungary declares war on Portugal
    ▶1916
  • 19
    First U.S. air-combat begins with troops ordered into Mexico
    ▶1916
  • 20
  • 21
    ▶1918
    Battle of the Somme "Operation Michael"
    ▶1918
  • 22
    British Sloop HMS Gaillardia sunk
    ▶1918
  • 23
    The Paris Gun, hits Paris with shells weighed 106 kg, 234 lb
    ▶1918
    British Destroyer HMS Arno sunk "collision off Dardanelles"
    ▶1918
  • 24
    British Submarine HMS E24 sunk "cause mine"
    ▶1916
    First Battle of Bapaume
    ▶1918
  • 25
    First Battle of Gaza
    ▶1917
    Battle of Noyon
    ▶1918
  • 26
    British Destroyer HMS Myrmidon sunk
    ▶1917
    Battle of Rosieres
    ▶1918
  • 27
    British Destroyer HMS Kale sunk
    ▶1918
    Bessarabia annexed by Romania, currently part of Moldova
    ▶1918
  • 28
    ▶1918
    † Leon Thrasher 31 born in Massachusetts - first American civilian casualty of WWI
    ▶1915
  • 29
  • 30
    Battle of Moreuil Wood
    ▶1918
  • 31
    United States of America first use of daylight saving time
    ▶1918

Legend:

Poppy calendar - Lest We Forget - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson. Indicates person's from my family tree, who were Killed in Action.

† Indicates a person of note, who was Killed in Action or Died.


[The information contained in this calendar is for general information purposes only.]