THE GOLD COAST AND TOGO. I theN Gold Coast and Togo (the French Mandated part o f the former German colony) eleven British officers and men who fell in the Great War are buried and 40 with 845 natives are commemorated. With one exception, these all belonged or were attached to the Gold Coast Regiment. The two Memorials however contain the complete Roll o f Honour o f the Regiment, and include the names o f 114 officers and men whose graves are known and one officer commemorated at Southampton. These 115 names appear in other Registers leaving in this Register 781 which maybe classified as follows :—Graves :United Kingdom soldiers attached Gold Coast 7 Regiment. British soldiers o f Gold Coast Regiment- 2 Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve --1 Royal Marines attached Gold Coast 1 Regiment. Memorials: United Kingdom soldiers attached Gold 2 Coast Regiment. British soldiers o f Gold Coast Regiment 1 East African Officer attached Gold Coast 1 Regiment. Rank and file Gold Coast Regiment -766 One German interned civilian is buried in the Gold Coast. The Registers are arranged in three groups :the Gold Coast Cemeteries the Cemetery in Togo and the Memorials. They record particulars o f eleven War Graves and 770 dead who are named on the Memorials.
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