WWI – The Commonwealth War Graves Commission

This entry contain a listing of all those with the Buggy name who are in the records of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC). The CWGC was established in 1917 and now pays tribute to the men and women of the Commonwealth Forces who died in World War I and World War II. [1] They aim to commemorate, by name on a permanent memorial or headstone, all of the 1.7 million who died serving the British Empire. [2] More detailed information on each person listed below, and their final resting places, can be found at www.cwgc.org.

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