British West India Regiments Heritage Trust presentation in honoir of those who served in Belgium during WW1Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
14 October 2023. Poperinghe New Military Cemetery, Belgium.
CWGC, Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
British West India Regiments Heritage Trust Honour and Remember Events in Belgium.
The grave of Douglas Roy Manley, Gunner, Royal Field Artillery who was killed in action. He and his brother Norman signed up together. Norman would later become the first Prime minister of Jamaica. In the background is the grave of Private Herbert Morris, British West Indies Regiment, a 17 year old Jamaican soldier suffering from shell shock who deserted the front line was shot at dawn under the orders of Field Marshal Haig.
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Poperinghe Poperinghe Military Cemetery Belgium British West India Regiments Heritage Trust Windrush military army soldiers old soldiers heroes men at arms memorial memory honor honour wreath laying CWGC Commonwealth War Graves Commission WW1 First World War World War 1 The Great War sacrifice ultimate sacrifice graves gravestones markers Brigadier Karl Harris CBE Royal Artillery Douglas Roy Manley Norman manley Prime Minister Jamaica windrush generation British West Indies Regiment gunner Royal Field Artillery Private Herbert Morris executed shot at dawn
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