Army Roll of Honour

The Army Roll of Honour was originally compiled by sections of the UK War Office from World War 2 enlistment records. It is a list of army servicemen and women who died whilst serving their country during the Second World War, 1939-45, and contains over 145,000 records.

World War II, often abbreviated as WWII or WW2, involved all the world's great nations, and has become known as the deadliest conflict in human history, resulting in 50 to 70 million military and civilian fatalities (a significant proportion of which were caused by the Holocaust, and the use of nuclear weapons). According to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the United Kingdom recorded the loss of 383,800 military personnel in WWII, listed by rank, regiment, place of birth, domicile and country of death in the Army Roll of Honour.

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