Fromelles Update

Caring for the remains of Fromelles fallen [with video]

Five burial pits dating from WW1 have been identified near Fromelles in northern France after several years of research. They are believed to contain the remains of between 250 and 400 British and Australian soldiers, buried behind German lines after the Battle of Fromelles in July 1916. Louise Lowe from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission explains how the remains will be treated and taken care of in future.

Fromelles Descendant Database with details on the dead Australian soldiers

The purpose of this website is to create a database containing the names and contact details of as many ‘Pheasant Wood’ descendants as possible.   Upon completion these details are to be forwarded to the Army History Unit for their consideration and investigation if required.

remembering fromelles

Previously on The Attic:

WW1 records

Updates

Fromelles remains

Mosaic Day -under heading: WWI ‘grave’ revives forgotten battle

Update: Academics stoke Fromelles furore

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