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20 men on the Guernsey Roll of Honour and and 41 on the Jersey Roll of Honour lost their lives in October 1914.

Alderney Commemoration Stone


Jersey Heritage WWI Blog


New books from Group members - More details


7th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, can you identify these men?

Alderneymen in 1917, can you identify any of them?


As yet unidentified - 635 Sgt Chester Cecil Church, 30th Bn, AIF


Alderney Museum has a World War 1 commemoration display this summer


Recent Visits

All the remaining British, and some French, graves on the Western Front have now been visited and photographed following a visit in June 2014. More UK men also have had photographs added to our Rolls of Honour.

Spring 2013 has added some of the few remaining UK headstone photographs to be added to our Rolls of Honour


Welcome to the Channel Islands Great War Study Group website

The main aim of the group is to improve understanding and knowledge of the impact of the Great War on the Channel Islands and their people.

If you have any queries, would like to join the group or contribute information, please contact us.

Family information in all Rolls is being expanded as families contact us.
This work continues.

Guernsey Roll of Honour
Guernsey Roll of Service
Jersey Roll of Honour
Jersey Roll of Service



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