Having seem the care and attention that Forum members have devoted to the commemoration of units of particular interest to themselves, I have created my own database of those who fell whilst serving with the Royal Artillery/Royal Horse Artillery in WW2. The source of this information is the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. CWGC - Homepage . With the help of other Forum Members, we are trying to obtain and post on this Forum, as many photos of headstones/memorials as possible. To date, it is currently possible to obtain a free photo of over 10,000 of the 33,210 headstones/memorials of the fallen of this branch of the Armed Services, from members of this Forum and some other websites. If you want to find out if one is available, please post a message on this thread. Ubique THE FOLLOWING PDFS LIST THE CASUALTIES OF THE ROYAL ARTILLERY AND THE ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY IN ALPHAPETICAL ORDER. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION. THE TEXT IS QUITE SMALL, SO PLEASE USE THE ZOOM COMMANDS OF THE PDF TO INCREASE THE RESOLUTION. SURNAME FORENAME(S) RANK SERVICE NUMBER DATE OF DEATH REGIMENT (ROYAL ARTILLERY OR ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY) COUNTRY (WHERE BURIED OR COMMEMORATED) COUNTY/DISTRICT (WHERE BURIED OR COMMEMORATED) CEMETERY/MEMORIAL GRAVE/MEMORIAL REFERENCE PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE SHORTENED VERSIONS OF THE DETAILS LISTED ON THE COMMONWEALTH WAR GRAVES COMMISSION WEBSITE.