The McGill University Honour Roll
1914-1918



 In 1926 the University commissioned the publication of a book to record the names and photographs of those who lost their lives in the First World War. This compilation, alongwith the numerous memorials placed in the campus buildings comprised the official record of the contribution of  those who lost their lives. 

In 1946 plans were made to incorporate the losses of both world wars in a Memorial Book (seen in photo) kept under glass in the  Memorial Hall completed in 1950. In a single book the names of the 365 lost in 1914-18 were added to the 298  names of those lost between 1939 and 1945.

The 1918-1914 Honour Roll - list of fatalities

McGill 1914-1918 Honour Roll: statistical profile of fatality section


McGill Remembers/James McGill Society  Lecture on McGill & WW1

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McGill 1914-1918 Honour Roll: Digital version (complete book)