Skipman Posted 2 January , 2011 Share Posted 2 January , 2011 The care of the dead. Outside the cemeteries themselves an immense amount of work is done. The staffs of the units are constantly searching all possible and almost impossible places for isolated graves that may have escaped registration. The Directorate answers every enquiry sent by a soldier's friends, and will, if they wish, take a photograph of a grave and send it to them, for nothing, thanks to the funds provided for this purpose by the Joint War Committee of the British Red Cross Society and St. John's Ambulance. The Director and his officers co-operate with the French engineers, sanitary authorities and communal councils in making arrangements to take All enquiries should be by letter, addressed to Director of Graves Registration and Enquiries, War Office, Winchester House, St. James's Square, London, S.W. Mike Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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