WW 1 In world war one maney people died. It statted in July 28, 1914 and ennded in November 11, 1918.In that time the people how died bodeys cohdent be retreved so thay desided to put up warmarmoreals to tell us all the people who died and fore the families to pay respect. The was lots of dethid in world war 1 and 9.7 million of them wear military deaths and theestemated number of civilians ded is 9 million.
The memorialThere are meney diffident tipes of memorial the most common one is a stone statcue with the names of the people who died in the aria.In larger towns or city’s there might me multiple memorial or one big one.
What the memorial I visted was like● The memorial I visited was made out of stone but it was quite old sume of the text had faded on one side. It had a gritty tipe of stone it had yellow and white fungus growing around it.● The closed memorial to me was achely just down the lane from my drive but it had no text on it but the surprising thing is that it was made out of wood not stone it had mold growing on it and it looked very old probably because it was made out of wood.
The memorial I visitedThe memorial I visted was st marys church in overton
What it was like in world war 1● In the world war 1 most of the British army was made up of volunteers.● Thay were given resnobley good food but it vered to place to place.● One of the worst thing aprt from all the bomes and shells being droped on you is that the higeen whas horabe espeshaley in the trenches there were rats flees lice and the dezeze.● One of the worst dezeze it the trench whas a fungle infechion call trench foot it was cased by feet being constanley in water and not getting eany air. the simtioms are you feet ternig red to blue and blisters and swelling start to ocere sometimes in serious cases the foot needs to be amputated.
Solider 1WINTERBOURNE, ERNEST HAROLDRank:PrivateService No:201870Date of Death:05/02/1917Regiment/Service:Hampshire Regiment1st/4th Bn.Panel ReferencePanel 21 and 63.MemorialBASRA MEMORIAL
Solder 2VOELCKER, HAROLD EDWARDRank:Second LieutenantDate of Death:20/07/1916Age:22Regiment/Service:South Lancashire Regiment6th Bn.Panel ReferencePier and Face 7 A and 7 B.MemorialTHIEPVAL MEMORIALAdditional Information:Son of Dr. John Augustus Voelcker and Alice Voelcker, of 20, Upper Phillimore Gardens,Kensington, London. Educated at Rugby School and Christs College (Cambs).
Solder 3STUBBS, H ARank:DriverService No:4545Date of Death:14/10/1916Age:28Regiment/Service:Royal Field Artillery1st/5th Howitzer Bty.Grave ReferenceXXI. P. 3.CemeteryBAGHDAD (NORTH GATE) WAR CEMETERYAdditional Information:Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs, of 19, Trafalgar Rd., Newport, Isle of Wight; husband of E. Bunce(formerly Stubbs), of 37, Colborne St.,
Solder 4POWELL, VICTORRank:Able SeamanService No:J/30219Date of Death:31/05/1916Age:19Regiment/Service:Royal NavyH.M.S. "Defence."Panel Reference12.MemorialPLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIALAdditional Information:Son of Ellen Powell, of Winchester St., Overton, Basingstoke, Hants.
Solder 5Rank:Able SeamanService No:204375Date of Death:12/03/1916Regiment/Service:Royal Navy(RFR/PO1/2103). H.M.S. "Agincourt."Grave ReferenceB. 26.CemeteryLYNESS ROYAL NAVAL CEMETERY
What I think about mamorilasI think that memorials are very inportent for the comuneteyand the people who live there and to remind all of us of thepeople who gave us are freedom