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On the Embankment in Central London is a memorial to those men who died while serving with the Imperial Camel Corps. This database contains details of these men and a few others who served with the Corps and died in World War 1. Those named on the memorial were not necessarily serving with the Imperial Camel Corps but were attached from other units, these will appear with their relevant Regiment. Those covered are British, Australians, New Zealanders and some from the Singapore Artillery. The documentation and records that exist do not necessarily agree with what is on the memorial and these anomalies will be apprent when searching the database. To see all those who died do not fill in any boxes but simply click the search button.

 
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Database contains 364 records - 16 August, 2014
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