cenotaph londonIntroduced in January, 2010, "Remember: on this day" is a way in which the WFA - through its aim of "Remembering" - will feature a casualty from the Great War each day on our home page.

Those shown are from any side and any service, and we describe not just those who were killed in action (KIA) on the day in question, but those who were on active service who died for any reason. We aim wherever possible to show an image of the casualty, a short text about his or her background, and the cause of death.

This feature is produced in collaboration with David O'Mara of Croonaert Research Services.


Soldat Georg Huber, 9 Kompanie, JR.26 (Infanterie Regt. F├╝rst Leopold von Anhalt-Dessau (1. Magdeburgisches) Nr.26). Part of the 14th Bde, 7th Division.

Georg was 34 years of age when he was killed just south of the La Bassee canal. Though not actively engaged in any action of note, there was much British raiding activity in the vicinity at this time. He has no known grave.

1 January 1917

Research by David O'Mara, Paths of Glory 1914-18.

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