Commonwealth War Grave Casualty Archive and other C.W.G.C. WW1 Records: Glossary, Key and Articles

Information Applicable to all of the World War One related C.W.G.C. Records Discussed in the Blog

6. Graves Registration Commission/Directorate of Graves Registration & Enquiries/I.W.G.C. Record Glossary (extensive entries on the C.W.G.C. records discussed here and used during/after War World One)

7. Key to WW1 Imperial War Grave Commission Enquiry File Prefixes: AA, CCM, CDEW, HLG, PH, SL, WW

 

Information Applicable to the C.W.G.C. Casualty Archive

Please note: all of these pages can also be reached through the Glossary

8. Communal, Preliminary and Comprehensive Reports

9. Graves Registration Units and Areas March 1915-June 1919 (draft tables)

10. What does the Army/District etc information at the top of the Graves Registration Report mean?

 

Published Registers

11. War Graves of the British Empire and Memorial Registers

 

World War One Casualty Records and the Graves Registration Commission/Directorate of Graves Registration & Enquiries/Imperial War Graves Commission

Please note: all of these pages can also be reached through the Glossary

12. A.G.1. (R) The War Office branch behind Soldiers Died In The Great War (S.D.G.W.): War Office Directory Entries 1918-1920

13. A selection of Army Forms which could include Casualty information

14. C.W.G.C. WW1 Battalion Ledgers (Casualty Lists) – Please note: the same information can be found in the Glossary

15. Chaplains and Divisional/Corps Burial Returns

16. Dame Adelaide Livingstone’s Missing and Missing Prisoners of War

17. Exhumation Related Effects Forms

18. Instructions for compiling lists of War Dead for the Registrar General for the end of the War

19. Specimen of Part II Orders as set out in Army Order 236/1906 (transcription)

20. Soldiers Died In The Great War (S.D.G.W.): New evidence for its War Office origins via War Office branch A.G.1. (R)