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The Scouts Roll of Honour

The Scouts Roll of Honour

First World War Roll of Honour

This document lists the names of former Scouts and Scout leaders who were killed during the first world war (1914–1918).

The names have been put together from official information gathered during and shortly after the war and from information supplied by several Scout historians. We welcome any names which have not been included: once we’ve verified them through the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, we’ll add them to the roll.

Read the Roll of Honour

Second World War Roll of Honour

This document lists the names of former Scouts and Scout leaders who were killed during the second world war (1939–1945).

The names have been put together from official information gathered during and shortly after the war and from information supplied by several Scout historians. We welcome any names which have not been included: once we’ve verified them through the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, we’ll add them to the roll.

Read the Roll of Honour

Other resources

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission honour and care for the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the first and second world wars to make sure that they’ll never be forgotten.

The Imperial War Museum’s War Memorials Register is a national register of over 90,000 war memorials and the names of the individuals they commemorate in the UK.