The original aim of The War Graves Photographic Project was to photograph every war grave, individual memorial, Ministry of Defence grave, and family memorial of serving military personnel from WWI to the present day. However, due to its popularity we have now extended our remit to cover all nationalities and military conflicts and make these available within a searchable database.
Now working as a joint venture with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and assisting the Office of Australian War Graves, Canadian Veterans Affairs and the New Zealand Ministry of Heritage and Culture this will enable families, scholars and researchers to obtain, via the CWGC or TWGPP websites, a copy of the photograph of a grave or memorial which for many is impossible to visit due to the location.
This service has only been made possible through the efforts of a dedicated group of volunteers, from all walks of life, who feel the need to Remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice and who realise the importance for families to see where their loved ones are laid to rest or commemorated. This emulates the CWGC ethos to 'Remember in Perpetuity'.
W/e 21st - 23rd August 2015.
The Summer 2015 edition of our newsletter is now under the News & FAQ tab
Submissions this week from Rita Borjes,, Keith Harrison,Matthew Smith, John Grainger, John Hurst, Mike McQuaid, Keith Harrison, Martin Rogers, Sandy Masterton, Eddie Jordan. Maggie Laity and Jane Wynne
26 sites in France from Chris and Jean Cosgrove.
28 sites in Berkshire and 6 in Gloucestershire from David Milborrow.
9 sites in Belgium from Rudy van Kerkhoven.
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