Wars Last Goodbyes

is creating research on British War Memorials

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About Wars Last Goodbyes

Wars Last Goodbyes began several years ago as a personal research and blog site about First World War British war memorials scattered across tablets on church walls, memorial inscriptions on family headstones and even brass plaques on electric lights, organs and gates.

Those blogs are still there on warslastgoodbyes.com but now as the number of records increased and interest from others grew, a new searchable database was put in place for all those who looked for memorial, clues and intriguing evidence about how men and women died during times of war - civilian, soldier, sailor, auxiliary, nurse or associated figure. It includes the Second World War, the South African War and other periods of warfare. 

Now - searchable places, units and names can be found on the website with plans for more and a quest for more memorials to complete the stories of these people by their loved ones.

It has always been free to use but now Wars Last Goodbyes hopes that support might exist to maintain and continue the work begun as a personal quest but that now brings answers to those seeking more of those lost to time and war... memorials that I call Wars Last Goodbyes.

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