Nolan’s Thought Of The Week

Nolan's Thought Of The Week

In this time of remembrance, spare a thought for those men who gave their lives for Britain during WW1 having never even stepped upon British soil. Of the 956,703 British army dead, 251,900 were from India, Australia, Canada and other countries from the British Empire. This truly was a ‘World War’, and many of these countries proudly remember their war dead as we do. Also consider the 338,955 ‘missing’ men of the British Army who were never even buried. We will remember them.