Saturday 17 July 1915 – We Lost 179

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Emmeline Pankhursts

Emmeline Pankhursts

A procession of women led by Emmeline Pankhurst hold a march in London for the right to serve the Ministry of Munitions during the war.

Today’s losses include:

  • Three men whose brothers will be killed later in the Great War

Today’s highlighted casualties are:

  • Second Lieutenant Arthur Charles Talbot (Essex Regiment) dies of wounds at age 20. His brother will be killed in September 1918.
  • Gunner Stanley Grant Carter (Australian Field Artillery Battery) is killed on Gallipoli at age 27. His brother will be killed in March 1917.
  • Private Harold Renshaw (South African Infantry) is killed at age 22. His brother Samuel will also lose his life in the Great War.