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Two World War 1 soldiers have finally been identified a century later

 

Two fallen World War 1 soldiers have finally had a rededication service a century after their loss of life.

 

Rededication services for 2 fallen World War 1 soldiers have been held today (Tuesday 17 October 2017) in Ypres, Belgium. The first for Rifleman William Dickson Evans of The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) at Blauwepoort Farm Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery. The second for Private John Anderson of the 4th Battalion Gordon Highlanders at Birr Cross Roads Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery.

 

Both services, organised by the MOD’s Joint Casualty and Compassionate Centre (JCCC), part of Defence Business Services, was conducted by The Reverend Paul van Sittert CF, Chaplain to the Highlanders (4 Scots).

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/two-world-war-1-soldiers-have-finally-been-identified-a-century-later

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