• Battle of the Frontiers (5 - 25 August 1914)
  • Invasion of Lorraine (14 - 25 August 1914)
  • Battle of the Ardennes (21 - 23 August 1914)
  • Battle of Charleroi (21 - 23 August 1914)
  • Siege of Namur (20 - 25 August 1914)
  • Battle of Mons (23 August 1914)
  • Capture of Dinant (24 August 1914)
  • Siege of Maubeuge (24 August - 7 September 1914)
  • Destruction of Louvain (25 - 30 August 1914)
  • Battle of Sari Bair (6 - 21 August 1915)
  • Battle of Scimitar Hill (21 August 1915)
  • Battle of the Somme (1 July - 18 November 1916)
  • Battle of Delville Wood (15 July - 3 September 1916)
  • Battle of Pozieres Ridge (23 July - 3 September 1916)
  • Third Battle of Ypres (31 July - 10 November 1917)
  • Battle of Passchendaele (31 July - 10 November 1917)
  • Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo (18 August - 12 September 1917)

Charterhouse World War I Memorial

Welcome to the Charterhouse Roll of Honour, a website commemorating all those Old Carthusians and members of staff who perished in the First World War. Some 3,500 OCs served in the armed forces, of whom nearly 700 are known to have died. This website includes a brief biography of each casualty, photographs of individuals and of graves, archive resources, and details of the Charterhouse War Memorial Chapel, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.

We are grateful to all those who have contributed to the Roll of Honour, particularly Dr Eric Webb, who has researched biographical notes for each individual. Old Carthusian war graves across the world have been visited and photographed by a large team of OCs, Carthusians, parents and friends as part of Charterhouse’s First World War centenary commemorations, and we would particularly like to thank Tom Pearson-Chisman for his invaluable support with the graves project. Digitisation of the School magazines and photograph albums was made possible by generous funding from the Carthusian Society.

For further information on the history of Charterhouse, please contact the School Archivist, Catherine Smith: archive@charterhouse.org.uk

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