Memorial:



We present here a number of personalities who have a link with Cambrai during the First World War or the Battle of Cambrai. They could be soldiers or civilians. They could have survived the war. Some became famous because of their writing, painting or more simple reasons. For others, evidence, a photo, etc. encourages us to include them in the list to pay homage to what they endured during the war. This list is totally open for all those who wish to include a relative who have a connection and have suitable documents or a photo. We would be pleased to be contacted.

Those connected with the tank Deborah D51 are in BOLD type



AMIS, T.
BION, Wilfred Rupprecht
BLUNDEN, Edmund
BOELCKE, Oswald
BOWEN, Oliver
BRADFORD, Robert B.
BURFORD, Horace Arthur
CAIN, G.H.
CHEVERTON, Joseph
CHRISTMAS, H.W.
COLEMAN,
DALBY, A.A.
DE FAYE, Edward
DELVAL, Abbé
DELMEULDRE, Omer
ELLES, Hugh
ENGLING, Josef
FLOTO, Friedrich
FOOT, George Charles
FOSTER, Cpl.
GAGNÉ, Napoleon
GALWAY, William
GREEN, Henry Arthur
GRIX, Charles Henry
HAIG, Douglas
HARTLEY, Charles Fletcher
HEAP, Frank Gustave
HIMMELREICH, Josef
HOSTETTER, Theodore
JÜNGER, Ernst
KRÜGER, Theodore
LEVESON-GOWER, William George Gresham
MACDONALD, George Ranald
MACKINTOSH, Ewart Alan
MACMILLAN,
MARSDEN, David Bertram
MARSHALL, J.
MERCER, T.M.
MYRTHE, Heinrich
MOON,
MOORE, Henry
PRACHE, Gaston
RICHTHOFEN, Manfred von
ROBINSON, W.G.
SAMUELSON, Godfrey B.F.
SHAW-STEWART, Henry
SKEGGS, Robert Oliver
TIPPING, Frederick William
WAIN, Richard Leslie
WARD, Robert Oscar Cyril
WINDELER, Herbert W.
WITTIG, Hermann (cf MYRTHE)

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