Royal Army Medical Corps

The Royal Army Medical Corps

The RAMC have beautifully illuminated memorial books in glass cases at Westminster Abbey and on various days throughout the year there is a ceremonial turning of the pages where descendants of those listed can go and see a particular name in a book. The RAMC were keen to make the records available to a wider audience and the decision was made to put the books online. As can be seen from the comments in the Visitors Chapter it has been extremely well received.

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