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The photographs of the Memorial taken during the research trip are set out below. An attempt has been made to capture the names of those from the Brigade, but it will be appreciated that Battalions are, with the exception of the Tyneside Scottish, not separately identified, so there is a degree of duplication of the panel photographs. This Memorial is particularly important in the history of 70th Infantry Brigade as here are recorded the names of the men who died in Northern France and are said to have no known grave, as well as those died or killed as Prisoners of War whose graves have not yet been properly identified. It is hoped that the research work can help to reduce that number and allow specific headstones to be erected by CWGC, as they have already done for Lance Corporal J. Thomas Saunders of the 1st Tyneside Scottish in Popielow, Poland:-