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Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Details of 1.7 million members of UK and Commonwealth forces who died in the 1st and 2nd World Wars and other wars, and 60,000 civilian casualties of WWII. Gives details of grave site, date of death, age, usually parents/widow's address.
Death Registration of Soldiers, 1941-1947
Searchable database from the New Brunswick Provincial Archives.
Soldiers of the First World War: 1914-1918 - Library and Archives Canada
The digitization of 640,000 Canadian Expeditionary Force personnel service files is under way.
The Asplin Military History & Scottish Horse in the Boer War; transcribed Army Death Indexes from 1901 to 1905 (exlusive of Boer War casualties); extracted details of name, number & unit of the cavalr
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The Maple Leaf Legacy Project
A project in memory of Canada's war dead.
The War Graves Photographic Project
Families able to get copies of war grave photographs from cemeteries all around the world. Site working in association with The Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
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