Fromelles scots soldiers to be reburied





The remains of 250 World War I soldiers, including several Scots, who were killed in the 1916 Battle of Fromelles have now been recovered.

They will be reburied with full military honours at a new cemetery close to the site in northern France.

Relatives of Private John Smith from Forfar said it was important to give the soldiers a proper burial.

Work to recover the British and Australian soldiers buried there by German forces, began in 2008.



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