The 'Last Post', is the page in
each issue dedicated to remembering those who served, and subscribers are
invited to send in details of names they would like to see included on the
Names of men and women of any nationality will be accepted provided they
served in some capacity during the Great War or its immediate aftermath (1914 to 1919).
The names of those who
returned home and who may have no lasting memorial anywhere are particularly
welcome for inclusion.
Any subscriber can send in the details
of someone they would like to see included in our regular ‘Roll of
Honour’ page. Provided the person (man or woman, of any nationality)
served between 1914 and 1919 their name can be submitted.
The information we
need is as follows:
1: Service number (if known).
2: Rank or title (if known).
3: First and last name (personal name and surname).
4: Any medals or
honours (if known).
5: Unit, battalion, regiment, ship etc. (if known).
6: Year of death (if known).
7: Cause of death (if known).
8: Place of death (if known).
We can check some details against the Soldiers Died database if you do not have all the information.
A person does not have to have been in the military to be featured. Nurses, munitions, ship and other such war workers are also listed.
The magazine has featured the Roll of Honour
in every issue since Issue 1, and it has has proved very popular with readers.
subscribers can nominate family members and friends for inclusion on this page.
Just send us the information required for the Roll of Honour (see the magazine
for the details we include) and we will ensure it is listed in the next