Donate Shop Now

Today We Remember

Muslim SOE Operative, pacifist, musician and poet, who dropped into occupied France in 1943. I wish some Indians would win…

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember

Andrée was a Belgian Red Cross nurse who founded and organised the Comet Escape Line – an escape route out…

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember

The Armistice on 11th November 1918 did not end the war for all our servicemen and women; 18,355 British &…

Read More
Posted in: Latest News|Today We Remember

Henry Nicholas John Gunter (USA): Henry Nicholas John Gunter was born into a German-American family on the 6th June 1895….

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember

Stowaway Eugene Bullard was born on 9th October 1895, the seventh of ten children, in Columbus, Georgia. He was a…

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember

Walter Tull is probably the most well known black soldier of the First World War, but as we have heard…

Read More
Posted in: Latest News|Today We Remember

A private education Harold was a doctor and scientist, born in Southport, Lancashire in 1877. After a large inheritance, the…

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember

Career Soldier Shahamad Khan was born in Takhti, in Rawalpindi (now part of Pakistan) on 1st July 1879, when his…

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember

Young Gilbert Gilbert Talbot was born on 1st September 1891, the youngest son of Right Reverend Edward Stuart Talbot, the…

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember

The Last Fighting Tommy ‘Millions of men came to fight in this war and I find it incredible that I…

Read More
Posted in: Today We Remember
There But Not There