Dundee paid a high price for her war efforts. By the armistice, over 4,000 men and several women had made the ultimate sacrifice. Their names are recorded here in the city’s Roll of Honour and with the help of families and researchers we are trying to create a more complete record those lives lost. Where we have managed to gather significant information the entry has been given a tan colour background in the listing. Find out more…

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Surname Firstname Service no Rank Regiment/Service Awards  
Alcorn Alexander Menzies GilchristClyde Z/5593Petty OfficerHawke Battalion, Royal Naval DivisionMore...
ArabollaNoushaFiremanMercantile MarineMore...
AngusThomasMasterMercantile MarineMore...
AngusJohnSecond MateMercantile MarineMore...
AndersonJoseph82763MasterMercantile MarineMore...
AndersonAllan JohnFourth EngineerMercantile Marine More...
AndersonAlexander IrelandSecond Engineer Mercantile MarineMore...
AllardiceWilliam NicollThird Engineer Mercantile Marine More...
AllanDavid AndersonChief Engineer Mercantile MarineMore...
AlexanderDavid BuickMercantile MarineMore...
AitkenDavid15625Bosun Mercantile MarineMore...
AdamJohnAble Seaman Mercantile MarineMore...
AbbasHussein JohoorTrimmer Mercantile MarineMore...
AndersonCharles Henry787481Leading Fireman MMRMore...
AndrewsEric Osterfield ArlissFlight Sub LieutenantRNASMore...
AndersonAlexander 9932DA ChDeck Hand RNRMore...
AllanMartin Henderson5862AAble SeamanRNRMore...
AndersonWilliamClyde Z/3636Able Seaman RNVRMore...
AndersonJohn G.Clyde Z/5648Able Seaman RNVRMore...
AlexanderJames RobertClyde Z/8148Ordinary Seaman RNVRMore...
AndersonDGunnerRoyal Garrison ArtilleryMore...
AllisonHenry WilliamM4169 ChLeading Cook's MateRoyal NavyMore...