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Unique IDCWGC/1/1/17/15
File NumberADD 1/10/1-20
TitleColonel Chettle; Notes And Abstracts
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DescriptionRefers to preparation of a history of war burials from ancient times; but with special emphasis on World War 1.
Content NoteIncluding:/1: Synopsis of project./2: Forms of burial; international law and specific regulations relating to war burials./3: Ancient Greece and Rome./4: Mediaeval; with correspondence re 15th century burials./5: Modern; with some official correspondence re pre 1914 war graves; and pamphlet re Monmouth's Rebellion./6: Draft preface by Chettle for a proposed history to be published by the Commission./7: Month by month list of events of significance to Commission; 1914-1932./8-/17 (folders numbered 11-20): Burial and commemorative practices in Hungary; Austria; Belgium; Bulgaria; Czechoslovakia; Estonia; France;Germany; Greece and Italy; during and after World War 1; with postcards of Yser Monument; Dixmude; and monument to the first victims of gas warfare; Steenstraete; in Belgium folder (/10); and official reports from Commission staff re foreign countries' policies on war burials./18 (numbered 21): Origins of the Commission and its mixed committees; with notes of a meeting at War Office between Adjutant General; DGRE and Dominion representatives re work of Army graves service and Prince of Wales's National Committee for the Care of Soldiers' Graves; 25 Sep. 1916./19: United States national cemeteries./20 (TFC 106): Draft by Chettle re British battlefield memorials and memorials to missing; with copy of F. Ware's radio address 'The Price of Peace'.
Date1/1/1932 - 31/12/1933
Extent20 folders
CollectionArchive
CategoryArchive

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DS/UK/61Windsor [formerly Saxe-Coburg and Gotha]; Edward (1894-1972); King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Empire, Emperor of India, Prince of Wales, Duke of Windsor, Earl of Chester, Duke of Cornwall, Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Great Steward of Scotland, Duke of Saxony, and Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Grand Master of the Order of St. Michael and St. George; President of the Imperial War Graves Commission1894-1972
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