Neil, a friend a got to know through the 'Great War Forum', contacted me about a new website created by the Imperial War Museum titled Lives of the First World War . I checked it out and found it very interesting. They are posting basic information on WWI soldiers obtained from the National Archives and give the general public the opportunity to input information they may have on a soldier. Their desire is to put the pieces of each soldier life together, beyond that of the basic military details.
Because I have my grandfather's WWI journal, I have stories on several soldiers who served with my grandfather. So I accessed the IWM site and did add stories on at least two soldiers I could locate on their site - Percy Bramwell and George Millington. I also corrected facts on my grandfather's information and added several stories as well as photos.
I recommend this website to all those who interested in WWI and would like to read about the lives of those that served.
My e-book World War 1 - An Unkept Promise contains my grandfather's compelling journal.