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BRITISH WEST INDIES REGIMENT SOLDIERS KILLED IN WORLD WAR I
Ypres in Belgium was the site of one of the bloodiest battles British troops were involved in during World War One. There is a large war memorial in the centre of the town (Menin Gate) on which there are 54,896 names of British and British Empire soldiers killed or missing from 1914 - 1917.
The tablet below shows the names casualties of the British West Indies Regiment. The names are as follows:
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