Thame Remembers, the project challenging the people of Thame to deliver commemorative crosses to the graves and memorials of all the local men who have lost their lives in conflict (wherever they may be in the world) was launched at a special ceremony last Sunday, the eve of the outbreak of WW1. Following a very […]
One hundred years ago World War One was declared and hundreds of Thame’s young men left home, many of them leaving from Thame railway station, to join the fighting, some never to return from a war that killed millions.
Based on an original article by local reporter Sonja Francis, www.Thame.Net
We have now added a list of the 189 casualties that we are researching.