Ireland 's World War 1 Veterans 1914-1918

Ireland's WW1 Veterans

As it is now the centenary years of World War 1, the time has come to remember in a very public manner Ireland's World War 1 veterans, those from the island of Ireland who survived WW!. It is estimated 180,000 enlisted or volunteered from Ireland. At least 35,000 were casualties which is likely to mean there are approx 145,000 World War 1 veterans from Ireland.

World War 1 veterans had survived the living conditions and horrors of world war 1. For whatever reason they enlisted or volunteered, they all made an individual contribution that is well-worth remembering.

Ireland's World War 1 Veterans should be remembered, recognised and acknowledged in a very public manner and in a public place open to all. The aim of the project is to have a public memorial using the names listed on www.worldwar1veterans.com.

The public memorial to be in a central park location in the city of Dublin and the city of Belfast that would be a place of peace, quiet reflection and remembrance to honour these men and women.

It is the intention of the project to make a submission to the Dublin and London Governments and the Northern Ireland Executive for funding for a wall of honour of the names of Ireland's World War 1 Veterans.

Your support would be appreciated.

Time to remember 1914-1918

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