The names of Greenwich's war dead were not inscribed on the local War Memorial. The fallen were rendered almost invisible. Until now.
The Greenwich Roll of Honour: 1914-1918 is a new publication timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
This poignant booklet reproduces the list of Greenwich's fallen which was originally compiled by the Metropolitan Borough of Greenwich and placed inside the borough war memorial at the top of Maze Hill.
See the list of about 1850 local men who died and read the story of the borough's war memorial alongside new colour photography of local memorials. This special booklet, with a foreword by the Revd Canon Chris Moody, is out now.
The Roll of Honour booklet is our now. It costs £5 + £2P&P and can be ordered online or purchased in the stockists listed below. If you would like to order a copy for a local school, please place an order as normal and email email@example.com to specify the school and a printed label will be inserted naming you as as the donor before it's sent to the school.
Order "The Greenwich Roll of Honour: 1914-1918" - £5 + £2P&P
- Old Cottage Coffee Shop, Charlton Park, rear of Charlton House, Charlton
- Pistachio's in the Park, East Greenwich Pleasaunce, Greenwich (from Friday 9th November)
- Sabo's, Stockwell Street, Greenwich
- Warwick Leadlay Gallery, Nelson Arcade, Greenwich Market
The Greenwich Roll of Honour: 1914-1918 is proud to be supported by:
- The Royal Borough of Greenwich
- Greenwich Historical Society
- The Greenwich Society
- St Alfege Church, Greenwich
- The Trafalgar Tavern
- Warwick Leadlay Gallery
On page 4 & 5, a mistake made by the Kentish Mercury in 1922 and has been repeated verbatim. The name Saunders should be replaced by the name Sanders.