Armistice Day

Today we remember all the Men of Rugby who Died.

Not just the 400+ who died in World War 1, 1914-1919 and who are listed on the Rugby Memorial Gates. A quarter of these have biographies on this website, the rest will appear on the centenary of their death.

Also the 75 men listed on the Gates who died in World War 2, 1939-1945. Their names can be found here .

Men are listed on other Memorials. In the village where they lived, at the church where they worshipped or at their place of work. Some of them can be found here.

Finally we remember the rest, omitted from any memorial, by accident or neglect.

RUGBY REMEMBERS THEM

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