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Grief’s geography: Interactive map of Toronto’s First World War dead

Grief’s geography: Interactive map of Toronto’s First World War dead (Global News). Simply incredible work to put this together.

Excel file of the data – it highlights home area/city / neighborhood – where the soldier is buried and who his parents were. It comes from a download from Commonwealth Wargraves (authoritative) but is cleaned up to bring out home addresses.

There are still some minor additions to be made and the file will be updated as info comes in on this site. (5 Feb 2015). The key thing to note is first map has 2910 names and this file has 2900, so they are very close.