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Aftermath WW1
Website dedicated to the social and cultural aftermath of the Great War, especially in the UK. The experience of returned soldiers; the need for remembrance and war memorials; the literature of the early 1920s.

"Our War: British Commonwealth and the Second World War" by Christopher Somerville

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The story of the unsung heroes of Her Majesty's foreign legions.

We Also Served education pack
Website produced in partnership between Birmingham Advisory and Support Service and the Memorial Gates Trust.

Brighton & Hove Black History: Black and Asian Soldiers during WW1
Containing information and photos compiled for an exhibition, these pages tell the story of the black and Asian soldiers who fought in WW1.

Ex-Services Associations

Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League

Burma Star Association

George Cross Database

Gurkha Welfare Trust

Royal British Legion


Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Commemorating the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars.

War Memorials Archive
The Imperial War Museum's War Memorials Archive (formerly UK National Inventory of War Memorials) is working to compile a record of all war memorials in the UK – including the Memorial Gates – and to promote their appreciation, use and preservation.

War Memorials Trust
The charity that works for the protection and conservation of war memorials across the UK.

The Chattri, the South Downs
The Chattri stands in memory of all Indian soldiers who died during the First World War, 1914-1918, but it is particularly associated with the 53 Hindu and Sikh soldiers who died in hospitals in Brighton and whose remains were cremated at this spot.

Royal Pavilion Indian Gate, Brighton
This memorial exists to commemorate the Indian soldiers that passed through Brighton and Hove hospitals during the First World War (1914 - 1918). The gateway to the Pavilion from the south was a gift from the people of India to those of Brighton and Hove, as a thank you for caring for her wounded soldiers.


The British Commonwealth and Empire Museum [closed]

The Gurkha Museum, Winchester

Imperial War Museum

National Army Museum

Second World War Experience Centre

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