Thanks, Ned: WW1 grave of one of Britain’s first black officers–Barbadian Walter Tull–is found after 102 years — Repeating Islands — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

Andy Robertshaw believes Tull is buried at the Héninel-Croisilles Road cemetery  He is thought to have originally been buried in a shell hole made by the Germans The headstone in the cemetery carries the badge of his regiment Ex-Tottenham Hotspur footballer Tull was one of the first black officers in Army A report by Amelia […] […]

WW1 grave of one of Britain’s first black officers–Barbadian Walter Tull–is found after 102 years — Repeating Islands — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

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