Unique IDCWGC/2/2/1/73
File NumberWG 1831/15


DescriptionTribute by R. Kipling to Sir W. Garstin; suggestion that land given by France for British cemeteries should be considered in relation to French debts to Britain; finance committee business, with estimates for 1925-26; discussion of report from Finance Committee and negotiations with Treasury re cost of future maintenance of war graves, and Treasury desire for economies to be made; recommendations of Battle Exploits memorial Committee; approval of design for memorial to New Zealand missing at Marfaux; approval of agreement with Sir E. Lutyens re memorial to missing at St. Quentin; Staglieno Cemetery Genoa (papers only, discussion postponed); approval of loan of templates for war stone; approval of use of central memorial to commemorate Egyptian and Indian burials at Deir Seneid, Palestine; treatment of enemy graves (papers only, discussion postponed); staff appointments; approval of proposal to exhibit model of cemetery at International Exhibition of Decorative Art, Paris; termination of appointment of Sir R. Lorimer; publication and sales of cemetery registers; appointment of new consulting engineer.
Extent1 file
ArchNotePlease note that the downloadable document is the final version of the Committee Meeting minutes. Additional information, including the verbatim minutes and subsidiary reports, may be available in the physical file.

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