Sir, You say (Mar 15)
No British soldiers were labeled metal during World War I.
I have an aluminum label for my great people to wearUncle Thomas J.
Brown of the Loyal North Lanks
He was killed on April 5, 1916 in Gallipoli, in medalanda Mia.
It could also be a self.
Did you do one or sent some metal labels to some regiments?
Joyce delacott wickhanbrook, Mr. Suffolk, my family memorabilia includes the ID tag worn by my great figure
Uncle William Arnold
In World War I, he was the gunner on the Western Front, and then the gunner of the Ordnance force.
The label is in sterling silver and is marked as Birmingham 1917.
Unlike the private macarle, Uncle Willie survived.