LEST WE FORGET
World War I

World War I
1914 to 1918

Army
Navy
Air Force

Civilians
and all others !

Australian
American
British
Canadian & A
New Zealander

lest-we-forget-I-World-War-I-logo - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson.
Remembering the fallen.

 

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Gallerys

ANZAC Centenary Memorial Park, Cleveland - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson.
ANZAC Centenary Memorial Park,
Cleveland, Queensland, Australia.
3-D The Gordon Highlanders Museum, St. Lukes, Viewfield Rd, Aberdeen, Scotland - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson.
3-D The Gordon Highlanders Museum,
St. Luke's, Viewfield Rd, Aberdeen, Scotland.
Henry C.Marshall and Swag at pyramids, Cairo - Out of copyright - Created before 1955.
Great War (First World War) World War I photograph's Mitchell Library,
by Marshall, Henry Charles. Kensington to Cairo and from Cairo to Gallipoli: album of photograph's / attributed to H.C. Marshall. 1-4
Colour photograph's by Hurley, James Francis (Frank) from the Australian War Memorial - copyright - expired - public domain and the collection of the State Library of New South Wales, flickr - No known copyright restrictions.
Great War (First World War) World War I Colour photograph's,
by Hurley, James Francis (Frank). From the collection of the Australian War Memorial, and State Library of New South Wales.

Welcome to Lest We Forget

Lest We Forget, The Great War (First World War) World War I, 1914-1918 Logo - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson.

This branch of Lest We Forget, is an entire site of Military Personnel, 154 from my family tree spanning World War I, 1914 to 1918. Service records, war memorials, involving: Army, Navy, Air Force, and a future Prime Minister.

  • American,
  • Australian,
  • British,
  • Canadian,
  • New Zealander.

Each individual is linked to Ancestry.com/Roots web where you can see where he or she came from, before conflict or enlisting. All person's named on this site are either, Related by blood, i.e. by a Common Genetic Heritage or non-blood related individuals to, Graeme Watson. (When indicated.)...and all are part of one family tree.

Development and web operations, Graeme Watson

WW I in colour includes: Gallipoli