I have now made another project webpage, which describes more in detail about the Swedes who fought and fell at the Western Front in The Great War. You can now find it at westernfront.se.
As you probably understand my trip to Somme is cancelled due to corona restrictions in Europe. The Somme trip is now planned to take place this summer or this autumn. Take care out there and follow the instructions from your Government.
One month left to next trip that is planned to go to Somme region in the beginning of April. The main reason is still to visit the cemeteries where the swedes who participated in World War One are buried. At the moment I am trying to find more facts about the day they died, where […]
The Project continues … … and in the menu above, under the link “project”, you can read more about my first trip where I visited some of the Swedish soldiers that died in The Great War. Here you can find some more pics from the lovely trip to Ypres region.
The first step in my project to visit the places where swedish soldiers have their final resting place, is done. My plan was to visit nine individuals, but it came down to seven, who all are buried in Belgium. The other two will be visited on my next trip, when I continue my project. In […]
… sorting out the data. So far I have recieved and found information about Swedes who fought for mainly Canadian, Austrailian and British forces during the war. Some of them also fought for the French forces, both in regular forces, and in French Foreign Legion. I am still trying to find info at different places […]