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Forgot account? Not Now. Visitor Posts. Rasmus Kristensen. The shutters are broken again at Brookwood train station in the ceme Anyone coming from that direction won't be able to get into the station unless they are able to climb over the fence there is a gate in the fence and I cannot figure out why the station staff don't just open the gate when the shutter is broken! Just a heads up! As it's a long walk around if you aren't on a position to climb over a fence! See More. Mx Sophia Stravoravdis. This morning on a dog walk through the wooded area of Brookwood Coun I called out the fire service immediately - they were prompt, and they have dealt with it.

Thanks to Woking Fire Service! Please, if anyone has any young people at home, talk to them about the dangers of fires in woodland, especially this time of year when the forest floor is dry. It is tinder waiting to go up.

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Surrounding this wooded area are homes. It just takes something like the wind to come up a little and that log could have reignited.

It's a real danger to people and to all the wildlife in the woodland too. Please keep an eye out for invisible fires like this one, or things like broken glass that can easily start a blaze. Kalie Sharp. But clearly not brave or tough enough to actually show his face.

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They may or may not be connected to this person but are provided for your further research. View all results in IWM Collections. Whilst this personal project is just an attempt to explore the local legacy of the First World War, but at a global scale, it has struck me that it is much more than that. At the heart of it is the legacy of those who died in the conflict, and especially the scale of the imapct that that would have had on their local communities, it would also never have been possible without the significant legacy created by those who remained, from the families who sent in photographs of their loved ones and which formed the Imperial War Museum's founding Bond of Sacrifice Collection, through the people who diligently compiled official records in the early s and which formed the Commonwealth War Graves Commission's records, right up to the modern-day professionals, volounteers and individuals who have shaped these records, shared them, and also significantly increased and enriched them, especially under the guise of First World War Centenary projects like Lives of the First World War.

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This project simply wouldn't exist without the core assets that it draws on. It currently contains nearly , location records for , men and women who died whilst serving in the First World War. I am grateful to them for making all these available under a non-commercial license. The data currently presented has all been extracted from official records or from user contributions to the Lives of the First World War site.

I would strongly encourage anyone who wants to add further details to find the Life Story of the person and add details there, which can then in future be added to this site. The inherrent nature of historic records and using modern automated tools to extract information means there are bound to be issues. I will shortly be adding a 'report error' link to each record that can be used to flag an issue and will be queued up ready to be investigated and fixed.

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I'm afraid as this is a personal project created in my own time, I cannot respond to individual requests right now. Cemeteries Regiments. No matching Life Story found. Commonwealth War Graves Commission.