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Sherwood Forester and an unknown soldier buried 100 years after their deaths in the Great War

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Sherwood Forester and an unknown soldier buried 100 years after their deaths in the Great War

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Two burial services have taken place on the Western Front for an unknown soldier of the Sherwood Foresters and an unknown soldier of an unknown regiment.

 

Two burial services have taken place on the Western Front for an unknown soldier of the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) and an unknown soldier of an unknown regiment, who both fell during World War 1 on the Somme in France. The first service of the unknown solider of an unknown regiment took place on Tuesday 16 April at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s (CWGC) Guards’ Cemetery, Lesboeufs. The unknown Sherwood Forester was buried yesterday (Wednesday 17 April) at Guillemont Road Cemetery.

 

 

READ MORE HEREhttps://www.gov.uk/government/news/sherwood-forester-and-an-unknown-soldier-buried-100-years-after-their-deaths-in-the-great-war


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