The following is a list of known veterans of the First World War (28 July 1914 – 11 November 1918) who died in 2000.

Veterans by country of service - 513 veterans

Armenia (1 veteran)

Name Born Died Notes
Arakelian, Senekerim 1 May 1902 9 September 2000 (98) Survived a massacre during the Genocide as a child. Joined as a volunteer in the Armenian Forces at 16 and fought at the Battle of Sardarabad. Moved to Montebello, California in 1957 and died there in 2000. [1]

Australia (9 veterans)

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Clark, Angus MacKay Private, 8th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force 9 Oct 1899 20 Feb 2000 (100) Born in Scotland. Enlisted 1917. Non-combat. Posted to England, but did not serve in France until 1919 with the Army of Occupation.[2][5][6]
Mayne, John Colburn Driver, 4th Field Artillery Brigade, Australian Imperial Force c.1895 20 Oct 2000 (105) Enlisted 1916. Served in France.[2][7]
McPhee, Cecil Alban Sapper, 4th Signal Company, Australian Imperial Force c.1898 9 Sep 2000 (102) Enlisted 1916. Served in France and remained in the army until 1922.[2][8]
Parker, Walter Edwin Private, 4/20th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force 11 Aug 1894 22 Jan 2000 (105) Enlisted 1915. Wounded at Pozières 1916 and invalided home.[9]
Peddell, Ernest Charles Private, 2nd Battalion, Australian Imperial Force 10 Jul 1899 6 Sep 2000 (101) Enlisted 1917, wounded in action 1918 and invalided out of the War[2][10]
Riddell, Robert Hugh Private, 57th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force May 1899 Mar 2000 (100) Enlisted 1917. Served in France.[2][11][12]
Rodger, John William Private, Australian Imperial Force 24 Apr 1900 21 Aug 2000 (100) Non combat. Enlisted October 1918.[2][13]
Wetton, Frederick Walter Private, Australian Imperial Force 2 Dec 1899 11 Mar 2000 (100) Non combat. Born in England. Enlisted 1917, but discharged after 5 months service as medically unfit. Rejoined the army in 1919.[2][14][15]
Winnett, Walter James Private, 2nd Battalion, Australian Imperial Force 25 Sep 1899 19 Aug 2000 (100) Non combat. Enlisted June 1918 and on a troop ship from Sydney to London at the Armistice.[2][16]

Austria-Hungary (2 veterans)

Name Born Died Notes
Hutschnecker, Arnold A. 13 May 1898 28 Dec 2000 (102) Died in the USA.
Lederer, František 6 Nov 1899 25 May 2000 (100) Born Prague. A corporal in the artillery. Later famous as Hollywood actor Francis Lederer. See entry.

Belgium (2 veterans)

Name Born Died Notes
Vandamme, Jules 1897 2000 (102) Several artillery regiments.
Wouters, Arthur 19 Dec 1894 7 Jun 2000 (105) Fire Cruiser, oldest remaining Belgian veteran.

Canada (20 veterans)

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Bergenham, John Private, Army 2 Mar 1895 4 Jul 2000 (105) Enlisted 1916. Served in France.[3][17][18]
Boyd, Gordon Alexander Gunner, 12th Siege Battery, Canadian Field Artillery 18 Mar 1899 13 Oct 2000 (101) Enlisted 1917. Wounded 1918, also a World War II veteran.[3][19][20]
Callfas, Mervin 5 April 1896 5 Jan 2000 (103) Enlisted May 1918.[4][5]
Castle, Arthur Alfred 19 May 1897 15 Jun 2000 (103) Served in France. Also a World War II veteran.[3][21]
Clark, Harold Wesley 25 Aug 1897 2000 (102-103) [6][7]
Crowther, Alfred H. Private, 8th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force 3 Jun 1897 25 Apr 2000 (102) Born in England. Enlisted 1915, wounded on the Western Front. Died in the USA.[22]
Dechenne, Royer Kerr 22 Apr 1895 Nov 2000 (105) Born in the USA. Drafted 1917.[23]
Dearing, John Henry 43rd Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force 24 Oct 1897 29 Jun 2000 (102) Drafted 1917. Served in France.[3][24][25]
Degruchy, Alfred Charles Lance-Corporal, 42nd Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada), Canadian Expeditionary Force 10 Oct 1895 Aug 2000 (104) Born in Jersey (Channel Islands). Enlisted 1915 and served on the Western Front as a telegraphist.[3][26][27][28]
Dumouchel, Albert Private, US Army c.1896 Oct 2000 (104) Served in France 1917-1918.[8][29][30]
Ford, George Ranold 11th Brigade Light Trench Mortar Battery, 54th Canadian Light Infantry 19 Mar 1897 2000 (102-103) Enlisted 1916.
Gibbons, Laurence C. 25 July 1898 Jan 2000 (101) Enlisted 1916. Served in France.[8][31]
Gies, Fred 13th Royal Highlanders, Canadian Expeditionary Force 18 Sep 1896 11 Aug 2000 (103) Enlisted 1915. Fought at the Battle of the Somme. Wounded and taken prisoner November 1916.[32]
Leclair, Albert Napoleon 18 Aug 1897 2000 (103) Enlisted January 1918.[9][10]
Routhier, Harry Private, 46th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force 6 Dec 1899 12 Jul 2000 (100) Enlisted 1916. Fought in France where he was wounded.[33]
Spear, Thomas Arnott Private, Canadian Signal Corps 22 Oct 1896 Oct 2000 (103) Enlisted in Canadian Signal Corps 1916, later a wireless operator with 5th Battery on the Western Front.[3][34][35]
Sutherland, Donald Daniel Private, Canadian Expeditionary Force 28 Jan 1893 Mar 2000 (107) Fought at Vimy Ridge.[3][36][37]
Wales, Ernest Leslie 18 Feb 1895 Oct 2000 (105) Born in England. Enlisted 1916. Served in France.[3][38]
West, Frederick Henry Private, Canadian Expeditionary Force c.1899 1 May 2000 (100) Enlisted aged 16 and fought as a machine gunner on the Western Front.[3][39][40]
Wickwire, Lloyd Hopkins Private, 193rd Battalion (Nova Scotia Highlanders), Canadian Expeditionary Force 5 Apr 1898 26 Jan 2000 (101) Enlisted aged 17. Wounded at Amiens.[3][41]

France (42 veterans)

Name Born Died Notes
Angelini, Ange 11 Nov 1897 Jan 2000 (102) [11]
Bain, Albert 1898 8 Jan 2000 (101) [11]
Balzon, Jean Justin 7 Jan 1899 12 Jun 2000 (101) [11]
Baudry, Léon 25 Mar 1896 2 Aug 2000 (104) [11]
Beaupied, Auguste René 28 Feb 1899 31 Jan 2000 (100) [11]
Caffarena, Raoul 12 Sep 1899 1 Feb 2000 (100) [11]
Capbosq, Léopold 8 May 1897 3 Aug 2000 (103) [11]
Cornu, Marcel Louis 30 Oct 1896 Dec 2000 (104) Conscripted 1916. Fought with 74e RI at Chemin des Dames. Gassed, but survived. Also a World War II veteran.[11]
Courtois, Adrien Edmond 26 Oct 1894 10 Apr 2000 (105) [11]
Demelle, Marcel André 17 Nov 1894 23 Dec 2000 (106) [11]
Destabeau, Louis 25 Apr 1899 5 May 2000 (101) [11]
Drin, Jean 3 Feb 1899 6 Aug 2000 (101) [11]
Dupuis, Victor 7 Oct 1897 6 Jan 2000 (102) [11]
Durrieu, Jacques 20 Nov 1898 May 2000 (101) [11]
Esquirol, Fernand Jean Jan 2000 Captain, artillery.[11]
Favier, Pierre Jean 7 Dec 1891 9 Jan 2000 (108) [11]
Ferret, Philippe 7 Jul 1897 19 Aug 2000 (103) [11]
Foulquier, Joseph 4 Dec 1899 Jan 2000 (100) [11]
Fourquet, Jean 23 Jun 1899 18 Sep 2000 (101) Conscripted 1918. Served with the artillery on the Belgian front from 1–11 November 1918.[11]
Grasset, Edouard 26 Aug 1897 5 Dec 2000 (103) [11]
Grimault, Pierre 15 Jul 1898 18 Sep 2000 (102) [11]
Henriet, Jean 31 Dec 1899 15 Jul 2000 (100) [11]
Huard, Ernest 5 Feb 1900 25 Oct 2000 (100) [11]
Huon, Jean-Marie Lucas 27 May 1897 2000 (103) [11]
Lacoste, Louis 11 Nov 1898 19 Jul 2000 (101) Enlisted 1917. Served on the Western Front.[11]
Lange, Jean 25 Jul 1899 4 Jan 2000 (100) [11]
Lebrun, Gaston 25 Dec 1893 23 Dec 2000 (106) Joined the cavalry in 1913, later served with the 62e RA. Fought at Arras, on the Somme and at Chemin des Dames.[11]
Maison, Louis 30 Oct 1899 4 Apr 2000 (100) [11]
Mirabel, Raymond 23 Jan 1898 Feb 2000 (102) [11]
Perroy, Jean Albert 25 Nov 1898 7 Jun 2000 (101) Conscripted 1918. Severely wounded on the Somme.[11]
Pignolet, Roland 9 Oct 1898 31 Jul 2000 (101) [11]
Pressouyre, Marie-Pierre Ferdinand 2 Dec 1898 2000 (101) [11]
Rideau, Georges 13 Mar 1898 5 Oct 2000 (102) Enlisted 1917. Served on the Western Front.[11]
Rougier, Alexandre 6 Feb 1895 28 Mar 2000 (105) [11]
Sanselme, Edmonde 31 Dec 1893 5 Jun 2000 (106) [11]
Serres, Pierre 1 Jul 1897 Jul 2000 (103) Served in the cavalry. Fought at Chemin des Dames.[11]
Teffri, Constant 17 May 1898 16 Jan 2000 (101) Fought on the Western Front. Wounded 1918.[11]
Tignac, André 16 May 1898 Jun 2000 (102) [11]
Tissier, Louis 13 Jan 1898 6 Dec 2000 (102) [11]
Valette d’Osia, Jean 16 Aug 1898 28 Feb 2000 (101) Lieutenant, 19e RI. Fought on the Marne and at Chemin des Dames. Awarded the Legion d’Honneur in 1917 aged 19. Also a World War II veteran, remained in the army and reached the rank of General.[11]
Vallières, Louis Clémént Baptiste 8 Mar 1893 9 Dec 2000 (107) [11]
Vicenti, Jean-Brando 30 Jun 1900 2 Jun 2000 (99) [11]

Germany (11 veterans)

Name Born Died Notes
Engelhard, Ludwig F. 23 Jun 1897 3 Jan 2000 (102) Awarded the Iron Cross. Died in the USA.[42]
Finance, Lucien 27 Aug 1896 1 Apr 2000 (103) Born Alsace-Lorraine. Conscripted into the German army in 1915. Fought on the Eastern Front in Lithuania and Poland. Died in France.[11]
Khalil, Ibrahim Sol 2000 (105) Last surviving German soldier from the African Campaigns. Born in Tanganika.[43]
Kurztisch, Friedo 7 Aug 1892 22 Feb 2000 (107) [44]
Hochreither, Fritz (Friedrich) 19 Feb 1900 11 June 2000 (100) Also served in World War II
Imminger, Lorenz 11 July 1891 16 Dec 2000 (109) Infantry
Lerner, Georg 25 Jan 1895 8 Jun 2000 (105) [45]
Seidel, Emil 28 Nov 1893 19 Sep 2000 (106) Soldier since 1913, taken prisoner by the French.[11][46]
Tischer, Arthur 20 Apr 1895 7 Sep 2000 (105) [47]
Uhlmann, Joseph 15 Aug 1899 29 Mar 2000 (100) Born Alsace-Lorraine. Conscripted into the German army in 1917. Fought on the Russian Front and in the spring offensives on the Western Front. Died France.[11]
Veckenstedt, Hermann 14 Apr 1895 15 Sep 2000 (105) [11]

Guyana (1 veteran)

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Browne, Gershom Private, 1st British West Indies Regiment 8 Aug 1898 6 Dec 2000 (102) Last Guyanese veteran. Served on the Western Front.[48]

Italy (1 veteran)

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Ferrai, Francesco May 1894 26 Nov 2000 (106) [49]Template:Dead link

Jamaica (1 veteran)

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Powell, Clifford Private, British West Indies Regiment 1890 2000 (110) Died in Cuba.[12]WO372/16[50]

New Zealand (1 veteran)

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Spriggs, Ernest (Ron) Gunner, 16th New Zealand Field Artillery 5 Jan 1898 1 Apr 2000 (102) .[13]

Puerto Rico (3 veterans)

Name Born Died Notes
Miranda-Perez, Julio 7 Jan 1898 24 Jan 2000 (102) Private, US Army. Enlisted October 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[14]
Resto, Miguel Pantoja 6 Aug 1895 11 May 2000 (104) Private, US Army.[14]
Reyes-Fitzpatrick, Vicente 28 Jul 1895 10 Feb 2000 (104) US Army. Enlisted July 1918.[14]

Serbia (1 veteran)

Name Born Died Notes
Djordjevic, Naum 2 Sept 1898 25 Jan 2000 (101) Joined the Serbian Army in 1915 and fought on the Salonika Front. Also served in World War II as a colonel in the Yugoslav People's Army. Died in Belgrade. [51]

South Africa (1 veteran)

Name Born Died Notes
Kark, Norman 10 Feb 1898 Mar 2000 (102) Last known South African veteran. Also served in World War II in the rank of Major.[52]

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (147 veterans)

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Andrew, Kenneth Walter Lance Corporal, Military Provost Staff Corps & Royal Air Force 18 Oct 1893 Mar 2000 (106) [12]WO372/1[53]
Andrews, Edward Frank Private, 17th (County of London) London Regiment (Poplar & Stepney Rifles) 9 Oct 1900 Apr 2000 (99) Enlisted October 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[15][54]
Argall, Ernest Charles K. Sapper, Royal Engineers 16 Jan 1899 Aug 2000 (101) Served as a wireless operator on the Western Front.[12]WO372/1[55][56][16]
Bainbridge, Clement Spencer Sapper, Royal Engineers 15 Nov 1896 Apr 2000 (103) [12]WO372/1[57]
Ball, James Frederick Stoker, Royal Navy 22 Sep 1900 Apr 2000 (99) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/970[58]
Barlow, William Henry Private, King’s Royal Rifle Corps 14 Jan 1899 Jun 2000 (101) [18][59]
Barnard, George Gray Captain, Royal Engineers 19 Jan 1893 Jan 2000 (106) [18][60]
Bate, Sidney Douglas Royal Naval Air Service 25 Nov 1899 Apr 2000 (100) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/636[61]
Bates, Ralph Army 3 Nov 1899 26 Nov 2000 (101) Later a prominent novelist. See entry.
Bedford, John William Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 25 Mar 1900 Apr 2000 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/817[62]
Blackburn, Benjamin Stoker, Royal Navy 20 Mar 1899 Feb 2000 (100) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/951[63]
Blain, Leonard Private, Lincolnshire Yeomanry & Machine Gun Corps 28 Feb 1899 Oct 2000 (101) [12]WO372/2[64]
Blatchford, Stanley Horace King’s Royal Rifle Corps 29 Apr 1899 Aug 2000 (101) [18][65]
Boddington, John Phillips Private, Somerset Light Infantry & Hampshire Regiment 28 Aug 1899 Jan 2000 (100) [12]WO372/2[66]
Booth, Walter Herman Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 20 Jun 1900 Apr 2000 (99) [19]ADM 337/1-108[67]
Borrett, Edward Henry Private, 3rd Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 16 Jan 1900 Sep 2000 (100) [12]WO372/2[68]
Botwright, Guy 2nd Lieutenant, Army Service Corps 5 Nov 1897 May 2000 (102) Conscripted 1916. Fought on the Western Front but later sent home with shellshock.[20][69]
Bowers, William James Royal Naval Air Service 17 Apr 1900 Dec 2000 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/639[70]
Bridle, Bertram Private, Hampshire Regiment & Dorsetshire Regiment 10 May 1900 Jan 2000 (99) Last known Great War veteran of the Dorsetshire Regiment.[12]WO372/3[71]
Brown, Thomas Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 25 Mar 1899 Nov 2000 (101) Enlisted 1916.[17]ADM 188/787[72]
Burns, Robert Private, 7th Queens Own Cameron Highlanders 12 Nov 1895 29 Oct 2000 (104) Enlisted 1914. Fought at Loos and went ‘over the top’ at the Battle of the Somme. Later wounded.[20][73]
Burt, Arthur Tom Steward, Royal Navy 8 Apr 1896 Oct 2000 (104) Enlisted 1914.[17]ADM 188/1000[74]
Caneparo, Silvio Luigi S. (Jack) Private, Royal Engineers 3 May 1900 Jan 2000 (99) Enlisted October 1918 and in training as a wireless operator when the war ended.[15][75]
Chatfield, Arthur Amos F. Private, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 26 Dec 1899 Apr 2000 (100) [12]WO372/4[76]
Christie, William Sam G. Private, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) 8 Nov 1898 Feb 2000 (101) [12]WO372/4[77]
Clarke, Charles Arthur Royal Naval Air Service 27 Nov 1899 Aug 2000 (100) [18][78]
Clarke, Percy Joseph Sapper, third London Field Company, Royal Engineers 22 Aug 1895 8 May 2000 (104) Last holder of the Distinguished Conduct Medal.[12]WO372/4[79]
Clayton, Stanley Sapper, Royal Engineers 27 Oct 1894 17 Mar 2000 (105) Fought on the Western Front.[12]WO372/4[80][81]
Coates, John Dudley Royal Flying Corps 20 Jul 1899 Jan 2000 (100) [18][82]
Coleman, Arthur Thomas Somerset Light Infantry & Hampshire Regiment 31 Dec 1899 Jan 2000 (100) Conscripted aged 18. Fought on the Western Front.[83][84]
Coleman, Harry James Private, East Lancashire Regiment 2 Feb 1898 May 2000 (102) [18][85]
Collins, Arthur Leonard Artificer, Royal Navy 23 Feb 1898 May 2000 (102) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/1077[86]
Collins, Edward Army 22 Nov 1895 19 Nov 2000 (104) Enlisted 1914. Fought at the Battle of the Somme.[87][88]
Collumbine, Leslie Granville L. Private, York & Lancaster Regiment & King’s Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) 26 Aug 1899 Aug 2000 (100) Last known Great War veteran of the York & Lancaster Regiment.[12]WO372/4[89]
Cook, Albert Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) 15 Feb 1896 Jan 2000 (103) [18][90]
Corrie, William Richard (Bill) Royal Naval Air Service 22 Jun 1900 Nov 2000 (100) Enlisted 1917. Served in France.[17]ADM 188/638[91]
Coss, Albert Army c.1899 15 Mar 2000 (100) Penultimate Northern Irish veteran. Enlisted aged 15 and served on the Western Front.[92]
Daniel, Cecil George Royal Engineers 5 Jul 1896 Jun 2000 (103) [18][93]
Daniels, Percy Frederick Private, Royal Sussex Regiment & Lincolnshire Regiment 13 Aug 1898 Jan 2000 (101) [12]WO372/5[94]
Dasley, Allen Albert Driver, Royal Field Artillery 22 Aug 1897 Jan 2000 (102) [12]WO372/5[95]
Davies, Evan Treharne Private, Welsh Regiment 7 Feb 1898 Dec 2000 (102) [18][96]
Day, Wilfred Lionel G. Private, Suffolk Regiment & North Staffordshire Regiment 4 Sep 1897 Apr 2000 (102) [12]WO372/5[97]
Dixon, William Thomas Private, 2/6th North Staffordshire Regiment & Royal Engineers 22 Dec 1897 Jul 2000 (102) Wounded on the Western Front. Awarded the Military Medal for bravery.[15][98]
Drake, James Artificer, Royal Navy 23 Jan 1895 Mar 2000 (105) Enlisted 1915.[17]ADM 188/1052[99]
Ellery, James Private, Wiltshire Regiment & 63rd Machine Guns Corps 17 Nov 1899 Nov 2000 (100) Enlisted underage, wounded on the Western Front.[15][100]
Elliott, Leonard Frank Private, The Queen’s Own (West Kent Yeomanry) 12 Aug 1895 Sep 2000 (105) [18][101]
Englander, Philip Private, Middlesex Regiment 16 Oct 1898 Sep 2000 (101) Born Philip Pinkus.[12]WO372/6[102]
Evans, Herbert Vaughan Army 28 Apr 1900 Dec 2000 (100) [12]WO372/6[103][104]
Evans, Robert Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 23 Aug 1899 Jan 2000 (100) [19]ADM 337/1-108[105]
Evans, Thomas Sydney H. Driver, Royal Horse Artillery 21 Aug 1899 Apr 2000 (100) [18][106]
Fifield, Edwin Charles Gunner, Royal Marine Artillery 8 Sep 1899 Nov 2000 (101) Enlisted 1917.[21]ADM 159[107]
Frampton, Francis Edwin Private, 53rd (Young Students) Middlesex Regiment 10 Aug 1900 Jan 2000 (99) Enlisted September 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[15][108]
Francis, John Essex Regiment 2 Sep 1898 Mar 2000 (101) [18][109]
Frost, Alfred Neal Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 31 Jan 1899 Jan 2000 (100) [12]WO372/7[110]
Gadsby, George William Private, 1/18th (County of London) London Regiment (London Irish Rifles) 4 Mar 1898 8 Apr 2000 (102) Served in France and taken prisoner by the Germans.[22]
Gaffron, Horace (Jock) Private, 4th Gordon Highlanders 20 Oct 1896 15 Apr 2000 (103) Last known Great War veteran of the Gordon Highlanders. Fought on the Somme for two months and lost his leg. Later a photographer for 'Life' magazine. Died in the USA.[20][23]
Good, Stephen George Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 4 Mar 1899 Oct 2000 (101) Enlisted 1916.[17]ADM 188/1052[111]
Grey, Alfred John Private, Army 14 Jul 1899 Dec 2000 (101) [12]WO372/8[112]
Griffin, Fred George W. Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales’s (Royal Berkshire Regiment) 26 Feb 1900 Feb 2000 (99) [12]WO372/8[113]
Griffiths, Robert Docchar Able Seaman, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division 27 Feb 1895 Jul 2000 (105) [24]ADM 339/1[114]
Guy, Harold Warwick Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 17 Aug 1900 Mar 2000 (99) [19]ADM 337/1-108[115]
Halford, Harry Corporal, 49th (London) Royal Field Artillery 15 Jun 1891 26 Jul 2000 (109) Britain’s oldest man at his death. Fought at Ypres and the Battle of the Somme.[116][117]
Hall, James Henry Royal Naval Air Service 23 Dec 1899 Jan 2000 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/639[118]
Hamnett, John Kyffin Able Seaman, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division 3 Apr 1899 Jun 2000 (101) [24]ADM 339/1[119][120]
Harper, Henry Gerald (Harry) Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales’s (Royal Berkshire Regiment) 23 Mar 1899 Jun 2000 (101) [18][121]
Hartley, Henry Lomas Private, Army Service Corps (Mechanised Transport) 25 Feb 1900 Mar 2000 (100) Enlisted March 1918 and in training as a lorry driver when the war ended.[15][122]
Hatfield, Norman Henry R. Private, Machine Gun Corps 19 Jan 1899 Feb 2000 (101) [12]WO372/9[123]
Hawkins, Sidney John Private, Machine Gun Corps & 13th Tank Corps 29 Apr 1899 Apr 2000 (100) [15][124]
Henderson, Roy Galbraith 28th (County of London) London Regiment (Artists Rifles) 4 Jul 1899 16 Mar 2000 (100) Later a well-known baritone, teacher and musician. See entry.[125]
Henn, Alfred Ambrose Driver, Royal Horse Artillery 3 Dec 1897 24 Mar 2000 (102) [12]WO372/9[126]
Hinsley, Lawrence Private, 52nd (Graduated) Cheshire Regiment & Royal Army Medical Corps 7 May 1900 Nov 2000 (100) Enlisted June 1918 and still in training when the war ended. Served in the army of occupation 1919.[15][127]
Hobster, Henry Private, Lincolnshire Regiment 29 Aug 1894 Apr 2000 (105) [12]WO372/9[128]
Horsfield, Cecil Blair Private, Army Service Corps 27 Oct 1895 May 2000 (104) [12]WO372/10[129]
Howard, John Lional Private, Army 21 Nov 1899 Jun 2000 (100) [12]WO372/10[130]
Howard, William Frank Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 7 Jan 1900 May 2000 (100) Enlisted 1915.[17]ADM 188/730[131][25]
Howe, Arnold Private, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) & Machine Gun Corps 20 May 1898 Oct 2000 (102) Enlisted aged 16 and served as a messenger at Ypres.[132][133]
Hudson, Harold Edward (Hal) Bombardier, Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery 17 Jun 1899 18 Jul 2000 (101) Enlisted aged 17. Fought on the Western Front.[12]WO372/10[134][135]
Hugo, John Mandeville 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery 1 Jul 1899 Jun 2000 (100) Fought at Ypres and on the Somme. Also a World War II veteran.[136][137]
Humphries, Frank Private, 5th (City of London) London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) 7 Mar 1897 Apr 2000 (103) [18][138]
Hurn, Percy Henry Private, Army 3 Oct 1900 Nov 2000 (100) [12]WO372/10[139]
Iceton, Ralph Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 26 Feb 1898 Apr 2000 (102) [12]WO372/10[140]
Jewitt, William Henry 2nd Lieutenant, King’s Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) 15 Mar 1897 Sep 2000 (103) Fought on the Western Front.[12]WO372/10[141][142]
Jones, Arthur George Private, 3rd (Reserve) Norfolk Regiment & 683 Agricultural Company, Labour Corps 15 August 1898 Dec 2000 (102) Non combat. Enlisted 1917 but never posted overseas.[15][143]
Jones, Darcy Harold 2nd Lieutenant, East Yorkshire Regiment & Royal Air Force 26 Nov 1896 Jan 2000 (103) Enlisted 1914, fought at Gallipoli and in the last mounted cavalry charge, Egypt 1917. Also a World War II veteran.[144][145]
Kernerman, Samuel Charles Sapper, Royal Engineers & Private, 38th-40th (Jewish) Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 19 Jan 1899 20 Oct 2000 (101) Born Portsmouth, died Canada. Served in the Middle East with both the RE and Jewish Legion.[146]
Large, Charles Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 15 Sep 1900 Feb 2000 (99) [19]ADM 337/1-108[147]
Leatherland, Frederick William Private, Durham Light Infantry & Labour Corps 14 Jul 1897 May 2000 (102) [18][148]
Lee, William Thomas (Bill) South Staffordshire Regiment & Royal Engineers 30 Jan 1892 20 Oct 2000 (108) Last known Great War veteran of the South Staffordshire Regiment. Britain’s oldest man at his death. Wounded and blinded in one eye on the Western Front.[12]WO372/12[149][150]
Louth, George Aquila Private, 15th (2nd Portsmouth) Hampshire Regiment & Labour Corps 27 Feb 1897 1 Apr 2000 (103) Enlisted 1915. Went ‘over the top’ at the Battle of the Somme.[20][151]
Lucas, Frederick George Henry Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 12 Mar 1899 Apr 2000 (101) Enlisted 1914.[17]ADM 188/710[152]
Luscombe, Clarence Joseph Private, 1/1st Duke of Connaught’s Own (Royal East Kent Yeomanry) 12 Apr 1899 Nov 2000 (101) Enlisted underage, fought on the Western Front.[12]WO372/12[153][154]
MacPherson, Anthony Buchan Private, Hussars 15 Apr 1899 Jul 2000 (101) Last known Great War veteran of the Hussars.[12]WO372/13[155]
Maddock, Sidney Edward Stoker, Royal Navy 31 May 1899 Oct 2000 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/955[156]
Mansfield, Stanley Gladstone Private, North Staffordshire Regiment 27 Apr 1899 Aug 2000 (101) [18][157]
Marsh, Robert Vincent Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 7 Jun 1900 Jul 2000 (100) Enlisted 1915.[17]ADM 188/744[158]
Mason, Samuel Ewart Royal Naval Air Service 31 Aug 1899 Mar 2000 (100) [18][159]
McQuet, George Private, 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons & Army Service Corps 30 Dec 1894 7 Aug 2000 (105) Last known Great War combat veteran of the Dragoons. Enlisted 1914. Fought at Ypres, the Somme and Passchendaele.[160]
Merrick, Frank Edward Private, Army 6 May 1896 Dec 2000 (104) [12]WO372/13[161]
Miles, Philip Vernon Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 24 Oct 1899 Mar 2000 (100) [19]ADM 337/1-108[162]
Moore, Alfred George Private, East Lancashire Regiment 17 Jul 1898 Oct 2000 (102) [18][163]
Morris, Frederick Charles Able Seaman, Royal Navy 22 Jul 1898 Aug 2000 (102) [18][164][26]
Morris, Henry Richard Stoker, Royal Navy 20 Dec 1899 Nov 2000 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/965[165]
Mortimer, Arthur Broadbent 2nd Lieutenant, 12/8th West Yorkshire Regiment 21 Mar 1898 25 Dec 2000 (102) Last holder of the Military Cross [166]
Musk, Hector Archibald Private, 8th (Reserve) (City of London) London Regiment 5 Jul 1900 Jan 2000 (99) Non combat. Still in training when the war ended.[15][167]
Myron, Joshua Private, 38th-40th (Jewish) Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 17 Aug 1899 8 Jun 2000 (100) Born Joshua Miransky. Fought in the Middle East. Died USA.[168]
Neabard, James Arthur B Private, Cheshire Regiment 8 Jul 1895 Mar 2000 (104) Fought on Western Front.[169][170]
Niner, Alfred Horatio (Harry) Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 12 May 1900 Jun 2000 (100) [12]WO372/15[171]
North, Alfred William Private, Somerset Light Infantry & Royal Berkshire Yeomanry 11 Jun 1899 Apr 2000 (100) [18][172]
Noyce, Cyril Ray Private, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 19 Aug 1895 Sep 2000 (105) [18][173]
Olds, Peter Royal Naval Air Service 11 Nov 1899 Feb 2000 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/639[174]
Ormsby, Gilbert Thomas Gunner, Royal Field Artillery & Royal Garrison Artillery 1 Nov 1898 Feb 2000 (101) [12]WO372/15[175]
Perkins, Cyril Edward Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 15 Aug 1900 Jan 2000 (99) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/1103[176]
Perry, Francis Edward Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 2 Feb 1900 Sep 2000 (100) Enlisted 1915.[17]ADM 188/740[177]
Philp, Alfred Edward Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 13 Jan 1899 21 Sep 2000 (101) Enlisted 1915.[17]ADM 188/720[178]
Pine, Richard Quintus Paymaster Midshipman, Royal Navy 2 Feb 1900 May 2000 (100) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/1052[179]
Proctor, John Andrew Private, Cheshire Regiment 14 Mar 1897 Jun 2000 (103) [18][180]
Putland, Frederick George Private, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry & Devonshire Regiment 29 Oct 1898 Dec 2000 (102) Conscripted in 1916. Fought at Ypres and Passchendaele.[12]WO372/16[181]
Raisin, Frank Branston Sergeant, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) 5 Jun 1897 Jun 2000 (102) [12]WO372/16[182]
Redgrave, Jack Bramley Private, London Regiment 5 Oct 1899 Feb 2000 (100) [12]WO372/16[183]
Riches, Albert Dacosta M Private, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) & Tank Corps 19 Sep 1898 Oct 2000 (102) Last known Great War veteran of the Tank Corps.[12]WO372/16[184]
Rimmer, Stanley Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 22 Feb 1895 May 2000 (105) [12]WO372/17[185]
Roberts, Charles William Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 30 Mar 1900 Jul 2000 (100) Enlisted 1916.[17]ADM 188/766[186]
Rodger, Thomas James Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 5 Feb 1899 May 2000 (101) [19]ADM 337/1-108[187]
Rogers, Henry John (Jack) Private, 1/7th & 2/7th (Robin Hood) Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) 21 Mar 1894 14 Apr 2000 (106) Enlisted 1914 and fought as a sniper. Spent 9 months as a POW.[20][188]
Rugg, Gilbert Sydney S B East Surrey Regiment 21 Oct 1896 Nov 2000 (104) [18][189]
Russell, Charles Stewart Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 26 Nov 1899 Feb 2000 (100) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/810[190]
Salway, Percy John Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 5 Oct 1900 Aug 2000 (99) [19]ADM 337/1-108[191]
Shepherd, Percival Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery 21 May 1898 Dec 2000 (102) [12]WO372/18[192]
Shepperson, Frederick Arthur Private, Leicestershire Regiment 15 May 1897 Nov 2000 (103) Last known Great War veteran of the Leicestershire Regiment.[12]WO372/18[193]
Short, Samuel Allen Private, 2/10th (County of London) London Regiment (Hackney) & 2/8th (County of London) London Regiment (Post Office Rifles) 26 May 1899 3 Jan 2000 (100) [12]WO372/18[194][27]
Sim, William Private, Seaforth Highlanders 16 Dec 1899 Feb 2000 (100) Last known Great War veteran of the Seaforth Highlanders.[18][195]
Steel, Alec John H Royal Flying Corps 3 Jun 1898 Aug 2000 (102) [18][196]
Strong, Edward Robert Private, Army Ordnance Corps 6 Sep 1897 May 2000 (102) [12]WO372/19[197]
Targett, Arthur Robert Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 7 Jun 1899 Jun 2000 (100) [19]ADM 337/1-108[198]
Tayler, Frederick William Gunner, 13th Battery, 29th Royal Field Artillery 12 May 1898 19 Mar 2000 (101) Lost a leg on the Western Front just a month before the Armistice.[20][199]
Taylor, William Ernest Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 20 Dec 1899 Jan 2000 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/1102[200]
Tickner, Albert George Royal Horse Artillery 8 Sep 1901 18 Jul 2000 (98) Enlisted aged 16. Served in India. Also a World War II veteran.[201][202]
Trevillion, Stephen Clemmow Private, Hampshire Regiment & Labour Corps 31 May 1898 Oct 2000 (102) [12]WO372/20[203]
Wagstaff, Arthur Private, 2/4th & 1/4th Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 12 May 1897 Aug 2000 (103) Went ‘over the top’ at the Battle of the Somme. Later wounded.[20][204][28]
Wallis, Walter Private, 4th (Pioneers) Coldstream Guards 14 Oct 1898 Jan 2000 (101) Last known Great War veteran of the Coldstream Guards. Enlisted at 17. Fought on the Western Front.[205][206]
Wallworth, Wilfred Private, Prince of Wales’s Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) & Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 27 Jul 1898 Aug 2000 (102) Last known Great War veteran of the South Lancashire Regiment and Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Fought at Ypres.[18][207][208]
White, George Edward Private, Cambridgeshire Regiment & Suffolk Regiment 28 Feb 1899 Mar 2000 (101) Last known Great War veteran of the Cambridgeshire Regiment.[18][209][29]
White, Sidney Harry Private, 2/4th Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 31 May 1899 25 Jan 2000 (100) Served in France and taken prisoner by the Germans.[22]
Whitlock, Arthur James Gunner, Royal Field Artillery 16 Oct 1891 19 Apr 2000 (108) Fought on the Western Front.[210][211][30]
Williams, Percy Herbert Private, 1/5th Northumberland Fusiliers 15 Sep 1899 28 May 2000 (100) Wounded at Fismes, May 1918 and taken prisoner.[20][212]
Williams, Richard Edric Royal Naval Air Service 13 Mar 1900 Mar 2000 (99) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/626[213]
Wright, William Hayes Able Seaman, Royal Navy 5 Dec 1894 Feb 2000 (105) Enlisted 1907 as a boy rating.[17]ADM 188/667[214]

Remark: a further 282 men old enough to have served in World War I died in 2000 in England & Wales. Their veteran status is not yet confirmed. Scottish and Irish records are not checked either.

United States (270 veterans)

Name Born Died Notes
Allen, Nathan 17 May 1894 7 Nov 2000 (106) (Pennsylvania) US Army.[14]
Arnold, J. Leroy c.1896 Apr 2000 (103) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.[8][215]
Axe, Alfred Frederick 30 Apr 1900 10 Aug 2000 (100) (Ohio) Private, US Army.[14]
Azzinaro, Joseph 9 Mar 1895 6 Jun 2000 (105) (New Jersey) Served in France.[8][216]
Bartholomew, Elmer 10 Jun 1899 27 Feb 2000 (100) (Illinois) US Marine Corps. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Bates, Creed Fulton 13 Jan 1897 21 Feb 2000 (103) (North Carolina) US Army.[14]
Battle, John Bascombe 27 Mar 1897 24 Jun 2000 (103) (North Carolina) US Army.[14]
Becker, Oscar H. 30 Aug 1896 25 Oct 2000 (104) (California) Served in France.[8][217]
Bigger, John W. 22 Dec 1899 3 Jun 2000 (100) (New York) US Army.[218]
Bender, Leonard William 27 Sep 1894 3 Oct 2000 (106) (California) Private, US Army. Enlisted September 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[14]
Blakeney, Robert Samuel 1 Aug 1900 15 May 2000 (99) (Washington) Served in France.[8][219]
Blitstein, Michael 4 Nov 1896 26 Aug 2000 (103) (Illinois) US Navy. In training as a wireless operator when the war ended.[220]
Blumner, Myron 11 Feb 1900 19 Apr 2000 (100) (Florida) Private, US Army. Enlisted October 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[14]
Bolt, Leland Eddy 16 Jul 1899 18 Mar 2000 (100) (Idaho) Private, US Army.[14]
Bond, Leon H. 9 Jun 1895 15 Mar 2000 (104) (Wisconsin) Served as a telegraphist in the US Navy.[221]
Bones, Leigh K. 31 Dec 1895 27 Jan 2000 (104) (Oregon) Served in France.[8][222]
Bourinot, Paul M. 29 May 1900 23 Feb 2000 (99) (Massachusetts) Served in France.[8][223]
Box, James Monroe 12 Dec 1898 12 Aug 2000 (101) (Tennessee) US Army.[14]
Bowman, Mitchell 28 Nov 1898 15 Apr 2000 (101) (Florida) Served in France.[8][224]
Broesler, Walter V. 14 Dec 1896 21 Apr 2000 (103) (New Jersey) Served in France.[8][225]
Brown Jr., Addison H. 11 Oct 1899 15 Jan 2000 (100) (Florida) Served in France.[8][226]
Bryant, Lenster 7 Apr 1897 31 Mar 2000 (102) (North Carolina) US Army.[14]
Burgess, Verne K. 8 Jul 1896 28 Oct 2000 (104) (Illinois) Served in France as a private in the 5th (Red Devils) Division in an anti-aircraft machine gun battalion. En route to the Front when the Armistice was signed and did not see combat.[8][227][228]
Butler, Henry 13 Mar 1894 9 Sep 2000 (106) (Louisiana) Served in France.[8][229]
Caddell, James M. 9 Sep 1899 28 Sep 2000 (101) (California) Served in France.[8][230]
Caldwell, Charlie 22 Jul 1895 6 Mar 2000 (104) (Alabama) Served in France.[8][231]
Campbell, William Hill 26 Jan 1899 3 Jan 2000 (100) (Wyoming) Served in France.[8][232]
Carnevale, Antonio (Tony) 12 May 1898 12 Mar 2000 (101) (Rhode Island) Last known veteran from Rhode Island to have served overseas.[8][233]
Carpenter, Arthur J. 15 Aug 1895 29 Mar 2000 (104) (Ohio) US Army. Served on the Mexican border.[14]
Chapman, Earl Edward 27 Dec 1898 4 Jun 2000 (101) (Arkansas) US Army.[14]
Chappell, J. Harold 31 Dec 1897 27 Apr 2000 (102) (Indiana) US Army.[14]
Christie, Ralph W. 3 Jul 1897 5 Feb 2000 (102) (Oregon) Served in France.[8][234]
Clark, Thomas J. 4 Sep 1896 11 Mar 2000 (103) (Texas) Served in France.[8][235]
Clemons, William 5 Mar 1895 24 Aug 2000 (105) (Georgia) Served in France.[8][236]
Cleveland, Benjamin F. 14 Oct 1896 22 Sep 2000 (103) (New York) US Army.[14]
Collins, Henry 4 Mar 1896 17 Jan 2000 (103) (Tennessee) Served in France.[8][237]
Corley, Cleophus C. 9 Nov 1897 1 Jan 2000 (102) (Iowa) Private, US Army.[14]
Daniel, Isaac M. 20 Feb 1897 7 Oct 2000 (103) (Alabama) Private, US Army.[14]
Davis, Benjamin Alonzo 18 May 1897 21 Jun 2000 (103) (Georgia) US Army.[14]
Davis, Thomas F. 30 Nov 1892 5 Jun 2000 (107) (Massachusetts) Served in France from August 1918 with the 809th Pioneer Infantry, US Army, constructing a hospital at St Nazaire.[8][238][239]
Decorner, Willie 19 Jan 1898 14 Jan 2000 (101) (Mississippi) Corporal, US Army. Enlisted March 1918. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Deel, Richard D. 8 Jan 1897 17 Dec 2000 (103) (Virginia) Served in France.[8][240]
Deibler, George Edward 8 Mar 1900 29 May 2000 (100) (Pennsylvania) US Army.[14]
Dickson, James 8 Oct 1895 16 May 2000 (104) (Georgia) Served in France.[8][241]
Dieda, Albert J. 8 Jul 1899 9 Apr 2000 (100) (California) Served in France.[8][242]
Dillan, J. Alfred 5 Sep 1898 22 Jan 2000 (101) (Minnesota) Private, US Marine Corps. Enlisted October 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[14]
Doughty, John H. 19 Aug 1899 11 Jan 2000 (100) (Maine) Engineman 1st Class, US Navy. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Drake, James Ralph 31 May 1897 3 Feb 2000 (102) (South Carolina) US Army. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Duffy, Joseph Patrick 29 Sep 1896 9 Sep 2000 (103) (New Jersey) US Army.[14]
Dunn, Thomas J. 2 Jul 1899 3 Oct 2000 (101) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.[8][243]
Duprey, Horton J. 9 Mar 1897 12 Sep 2000 (103) (New York) Private, US Army. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Edwards, Jesse 3 Sep 1899 4 Jan 2000 (100) (Kentucky) US Army.[14]
Englar, Paul W. 29 Jun 1894 18 Sep 2000 (106) (Maryland) Last known veteran from Maryland to have served overseas.[8][244]
Enzminger, Arthur W. 27 Feb 1894 7 Oct 2000 (106) (Nebraska) Served in France.[8][245]
Ezell, Edward Haynie 8 Aug 1896 25 Jun 2000 (103) (Texas) US Navy.[14]
Faris, John I. 1 Feb 1898 23 Jan 2000 (101) (Missouri) Served in France.[8][246]
Farley, John W. 25 Oct 1897 19 Dec 2000 (103) (Ohio) Served in France.[8][247]
Farrar, Andrew C. 17 May 1896 15 Dec 2000 (104) (California) Served in France.[8][248]
Fernandez, Maximiano 1 Feb 1896 24 Mar 2000 (104) (New Mexico) Served in France.[8][249]
Ferraro, Lawrence 8 Apr 1896 23 Mar 2000 (103) (New York) Served in France.[8][250]
Flege, John Blain 2 Apr 1896 12 Mar 2000 (103) (Kentucky) Private, US Army.[14]
Flynn, George H. 19 Oct 1900 3 Aug 2000 (99) (Connecticut) Private, US Army. Also served in World War II and Korea.[14]
Forcier, Edmond 3 Dec 1895 17 Apr 2000 (104) (Massachusetts) Served in France.[8][251]
Ford, Lorenzo 20 Nov 1893 21 Mar 2000 (106) (Louisiana) Served in France.[8]
Foster, Ralph L. 1 Jul 1894 20 Jun 2000 (105) (Florida) Served in France.[8][252]
Fountain, Maurice E. 30 Oct 1900 1 May 2000 (99) (Maine) US Army.[14]
Freeman, Charles S. 14 Dec 1894 17 Sep 2000 (105) (New York) Served in France.[8][253]
Freeman, Harley E. 14 Jun 1898 24 Dec 2000 (102) (California) US Army. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
French, Arthur P. 20 Jun 1895 16 May 2000 (104) (Colorado) Served in France from June 1918 in the Medical Corps.[8][254][255]
Friend, Laurence H. 6 Aug 1898 11 Jul 2000 (101) (Florida) Served in France.[8][256]
Frisch, Herbert W. 16 Apr 1898 18 Apr 2000 (102) (Wisconsin) US Army.[257]
Gabel, Ernest A. 12 Apr 1899 7 Jun 2000 (101) (Kansas) US Army.[258]
Garcia, Eduardo 12 Oct 1898 19 Mar 2000 (101) (New Mexico) Served in France.[8][259]
Garland, Milton W. 23 Aug 1895 20 Jul 2000 (104) (Pennsylvania) US Navy. Later a pioneer in refrigeration engineering.[260][261]
Gebhardt, Willis H. 12 Jul 1896 14 Sep 2000 (104) (California) US Navy.[262]
Geister, Raymond G. 19 Oct 1894 6 Feb 2000 (105) (Illinois)[263]
German, Homer S. 9 Dec 1895 27 Jul 2000 (104) (Florida) Served in France.[8][264]
Gibson, Leland S. 17 Oct 1898 15 Mar 2000 (101) (Georgia) Served in France.[8][265]
Gilbert, Guy H. 8 Sep 1896 29 Jan 2000 (103) (Washington) Served in France.[8][266]
Gilbert, Junia 18 Mar 1896 25 Nov 2000 (104) (California) Served in France.[8][267]
Gilbert, William C. W. 15 Nov 1899 28 Feb 2000 (100) (New Jersey) Private, US Army. Enlisted April 1918.[14]
Gillam, Jfestus 30 Jul 1896 19 Jun 2000 (103) (California) Electrician 3rd Class, US Navy. Enlisted July 1917.[14]
Gillum, Dan 2 Feb 1892 31 Jan 2000 (107) (Texas) Private, US Army. Enlisted June 1918.[14]
Ginsburg, David 18 Apr 1898 17 Mar 2000 (101) (New York) Served in France.[8][268]
Goldenberg, Ray Benjamin 19 Mar 1899 5 Dec 2000 (101) (New York) Served in France.[8]
Goodman, Elves L. 26 May 1894 12 May 2000 (105) (Missouri) Sergeant, US Army. Served on the Mexican border.[14]
Goodyear, Marvin Paulsen 13 Apr 1897 2 Aug 2000 (103) (California) US Navy. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Gorseth, Peter 23 Dec 1893 14 Feb 2000 (106) (Washington) Non-combat. Arrived in France on 12 November 1918 and served for 6 months as a veterinarian assistant in Bordeaux.[8][269]
Graff, Cletus J. 12 Mar 1899 9 Jan 2000 (100) (Florida) Served in France.[8][270]
Graham, James H. 1 Sep 1894 13 Sep 2000 (106) (Kansas) Served in France.[8][271]
Granaman, Campbell 19 Aug 1894 18 Apr 2000 (105) (Iowa) A member of General Pershing’s honour guard on his arrival in France.[8][272][273]
Grays, Galveston 4 Feb 1897 31 May 2000 (103) (Texas) Private, US Army.[14]
Green, Matthew 25 Dec 1896 17 Jun 2000 (103) (New York) Private, US Army[14]
Greene, Arthur C. 4 Oct 1892 27 Dec 2000 (108) (New York) Served in France.[8][274]
Greenough, Paul E. 31 Jul 1900 16 May 2000 (99) (Pennsylvania) Private, US Army.[14]
Griffin, James M. 4 Dec 1897 30 Sep 2000 (102) (Oregon) US Marine Corps. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Grizell, Roy 4 Jul 1893 12 Apr 2000 (106) (Mississippi) Served in France.[8]
Grizzle, Joseph Edward 25 Aug 1894 20 Jul 2000 (105) (Georgia) US Army.[14]
Haley, Thomas Holt 2 Aug 1900 23 Aug 2000 (100) (Arkansas) US Navy.[14]
Hanson, Melvin W. 30 Dec 1898 27 Dec 2000 (101) (South Dakota) Fireman 2nd Class, US Navy.[14]
Hardison, Dock 29 Aug 1894 19 Mar 2000 (105) (Texas) Private, US Army. Enlisted July 1918.[14]
Harper, Ivan W. 25 Dec 1894 15 Mar 2000 (105) (Arizona) Private, US Army.[14]
Harris, Clarence A. 18 Oct 1897 21 Oct 2000 (103) (Florida) Served in France.
Hartshorne, Charles 5 Jun 1897 9 Oct 2000 (103) (Pennsylvania) Served as a hospital orderly in the US army. Later a prominent philosopher. See entry.
Hawley, Donald Dewey 18 Feb 1898 3 Sep 2000 (102) (South Dakota) Private, US Army. Served in France.[8][275]
Hayden, Norbert E. 28 Sep 1896 13 Jan 2000 (103) (Missouri) Served in France.[8][276]
Hemphill, Charles 23 Jan 1897 29 Jan 2000 (103) (Iowa) Private, US Army.[14]
Henkel, John A. 28 Dec 1895 3 Mar 2000 (104) (Florida) Served in France.[8][277]
Hickman, Luther L. 24 Oct 1897 25 Feb 2000 (102) (Colorado) Served in France.[8][278]
Hironymous, Carlton J. 5 Jun 1899 13 May 2000 (100) (California) US Army.[14]
Hirsch, Steven J. 25 Jan 1895 2 Sep 2000 (105) (California) Served in France.[8][279]
Hobart, Ira Anson 12 Apr 1895 29 Feb 2000 (104) (New York) Private, US Army.[14]
Hof, Gus F. 29 Mar 1899 5 Jun 2000 (101) (Florida) Served in France.[8][280]
Hoffman, Frank F. 17 Sep 1897 13 Feb 2000 (102) (Wisconsin) Seaman 2nd Class, US Navy.[14]
Holasek, Joseph F. 30 Oct 1898 23 Dec 2000 (102) (Texas) Served in France.[8][281]
Holzheimer, Thomas R. 27 Feb 1900 8 Dec 2000 (100) (Connecticut) US Marine Corps.[14]
Houser, Ross A. 28 June 1897 8 Sep 2000 (103) (Ohio) Also a World War II veteran.[282]
Howell, Arch 27 Sep 1895 5 Dec 2000 (105) (Oklahoma) Served in France.[8][283]
Hubb, Ewald G. 4 Jun 1897 19 Nov 2000 (103) (Wisconsin) Private, US Army.[14]
Hughes, Jesse L. 9 Jan 1897 30 Sep 2000 (103) (Kentucky) Served in France.[8][284]
Humes, Warren M. 5 Jul 1899 18 Jan 2000 (100) (Connecticut) Served in France.[8][285]
Hundley, Henry Bryant 20 Jul 1896 10 Oct 2000 (104) (Kansas) US Army. [286]
Johnson, Norman 26 Jan 1895 17 Jan 2000 (104) (Alabama) Private, US Army[14]
Jones, Henry 10 Mar 1895 24 Aug 2000 (105) (Louisiana) US Army.[14]
Jump, Frank Russell 16 Mar 1895 18 Apr 2000 (105) Enlisted 1917. Prepared to serve as an Army Air Corps pilot when the war ended. Later mayor of Wichita, Kanas. See entry.
Kaddatz, Edward 20 Nov 1898 23 Dec 2000 (102) (Wisconsin) Private, US Army. Enlisted June 1917.[14]
Kilray, William F. 2 Aug 1893 18 Apr 2000 (106) (Florida) US Navy.[14]
Kinisky, James P. 8 Oct 1900 24 Feb 2000 (99) (New York) US Navy. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Kling, William 30 Aug 1896 27 Dec 2000 (104) (Arizona) Served in France.[8][287]
Kniesley, Willis D. 8 Jun 1898 17 May 2000 (101) (Michigan) Enlisted 1917 and fought with the 1st Division, US Army at Sommerville, Ansauville, Cantigny, Montdidier-Noyon, Aisne-Marne, Saizerais, St. Mihiel and the Argonne. Awarded the Croix de Guerre.[8][288][289]
Knosp, Jacob 23 Feb 1900 6 Oct 2000 (100) (New York) US Navy. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Kohlars, Dorothy 22 Aug 1895 6 Mar 2000 (104) (Washington) Served as a nurse in the US Nurse Corps on the Western Front 1918.[290]
Krantz, Frank Joseph 19 Jun 1894 13 Jan 2000 (105) (California) Private, US Army. Enlisted December 1917.[14]
Kunz, Samuel W. 18 Jan 1898 16 Dec 2000 (102) (California) Served in France.[8][291]
Latson, Ralph J. 14 Sep 1895 13 Dec 2000 (105) (California) Enlisted March 1918. Served as a private in Co D, 319th Engineering Unit, 27th Infantry Division building warehouses in Le Havre and Brest.[8][292][293]
Lally, Anthony Stephen 27 Aug 1894 19 Jul 2000 (105) (California) Corporal, US Army. Enlisted February 1918.[14]
Landers, Frank Knoke 11 Apr 1900 21 Jan 2000 (99) (Indiana) US Army.[14]
Lavalley, Leslie E. 5 Apr 1899 19 Feb 2000 (100) (Oregon) Served in France.[8][294]
Leach, Fred W. 15 Oct 1897 29 Jul 2000 (102) (Missouri) Private, US Army.[14]
Leblanc, Frederick J. 11 Aug 1898 27 Jan 2000 (101) (Louisiana) US Army. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
Lerdall, Elmer V. 24 Dec 1895 9 Apr 2000 (104) (Minnesota) US Army.[14]
Lewis, Floyd 14 Aug 1895 27 Jan 2000 (104) (Alabama) Private, US Army.[14]
Lewis, Oscar C. 20 Dec 1892 10 Dec 2000 (107) (Arkansas) Served in France.[8][295]
Lilley, Roy M. 20 Sep 1899 3 Nov 2000 (101) (Missouri) Served in France.[8][296]
Locke, John R. 10 Feb 1894 11 Jan 2000 (105) (Texas) Served in France.[8][297]
Lyon, Lawrence Bruce (Frosty) 29 Sep 1894 28 Aug 2000 (105) (West Virginia)
Mack, Chris H. 6 Nov 1895 9 Apr 2000 (104) (Washington) Served in France.[8][298]
Mackenzie, George A. 28 Feb 1899 10 Dec 2000 (101) (California) Served in France.[8][299]
Madrick, Frank 28 Mar 1896 11 Apr 2000 (104) (California) Served in France.[8][300]
Mallard, Clinton E. 4 Oct 1901 24 Sep 2000 (98) (North Carolina) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[8][301]
Mallard, C. Eugene 4 Oct 1900 24 Sep 2000 (99) (North Carolina) Seaman 2nd Class, US Navy.[14]
Marbury, Leonard 23 Feb 1900 21 Jul 2000 (100) (Ohio) Served in France.[8][302]
Margarall, Dominick V. 2 Dec 1898 25 Sep 2000 (101) (New York) Private, US Army.[14]
Marshall, Clyde M. 9 May 1893 23 Jan 2000 (106) (Kentucky) Corporal, US Army.[14]
Martelle, Lester Dewey 12 May 1898 18 Mar 2000 (101) (Nebraska) Private, US Army.[14]
Martin, John F. 28 Jun 1899 10 Jul 2000 (101) (Missouri) Private, US Army.[14]
May, Jesse A. 8 Apr 1897 19 Sep 2000 (103) (New Mexico) Drafted August 1918 as a private in a medical unit in 36th Division, US Army but was not in combat.[8][303][304]
McAndrew, Earl Michael 18 Dec 1895 2 Oct 2000 (104) (West Virginia) Seaman 2nd Class, US Navy.[14]
McDonough, John P. 23 Oct 1895 21 Jun 2000 (104) (Arizona) Served in France.[8][305]
McDonough, Michael 7 Oct 1898 19 Aug 2000 (101) (Massachusetts) Served in France.[8][306]
McGowan, Joseph M. 10 Mar 1897 28 Feb 2000 (102) (Florida) Machinist’s Mate 1st Class, US Navy.[14]
McKay, Joseph T. 21 Feb 1892 23 Jun 2000 (108) (Louisiana) Served in France.[8][307]
McMillan, Charles Monroe 12 Feb 1895 19 Jul 2000 (105) (Florida) Served in France.[8]
Meadors, George L. 20 Nov 1894 5 Apr 2000 (105) (Texas) Served in France.[8][308]
Medford, Hugh W. 14 May 1898 4 May 2000 (101) (North Carolina) Served in France.[8][309]
Mijal, Anthony 29 Mar 1898 20 May 2000 (102) (Massachusetts) Served in France.[8][310]
Miller, Dudley 3 Nov 1893 24 Jul 2000 (106) (New Jersey) Served in France.[8][311]
Montecalvo, Raffael (Ralph) 2 Mar 1895 1 Feb 2000 (104) (Florida) Served in France.[8][312]
Moore, Joseph L. 17 Apr 1895 30 Mar 2000 (104) (Michigan) Served in France.[8][313]
Moorman, Elmer F. 14 Aug 1897 30 Mar 2000 (102) (Mississippi) Private, US Army.[14]
Morehouse, Henry L. 18 Jun 1899 13 Dec 2000 (101) (Connecticut) Served in France.[8][314]
Morgan, John 13 May 1895 4 Dec 2000 (105) (Virginia) Served in France.[8][315]
Moss, Peodus O. 13 Apr 1893 4 Jul 2000 (107) (Texas) Served in France.[8][316]
Mount, Nathan 9 Aug 1896 27 Aug 2000 (104) (Illinois) Served in France.[8][317]
Nelsen, Gordon L. 30 Dec 1900 22 Nov 2000 (99) (Georgia) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[8][318]
Newhauser, Arthur C. 30 Nov 1897 29 Aug 2000 (102) (Massachusetts) Served in France as a sergeant in the US Army.[8][319][320]
Ochsner, Carl W. 6 Mar 1896 16 Jan 2000 (103) (Florida) Served in France.[8][321]
Oltman, John F. 1 Oct 1896 25 Jan 2000 (103) (Washington) Called to military service at the end of the war but discharged before commencing training.[322]
Orsi, Frank 5 Aug 1899 18 Nov 2000 (101) (California)[323]
Ostermeier, William H. 8 Jul 1893 7 Jul 2000 (106) (Ohio) Private, US Army.[14]
Parrigin, Ivan F. 19 Apr 1896 14 Sep 2000 (104) (New Mexico) Served in France.[8]
Payne, Harry O. 12 Aug 1899 23 Oct 2000 (101) (Washington) Served in France.[8][324]
Perkins, Roscoe D. 12 Nov 1895 28 Jan 2000 (104) (Minnesota) Served in France.[8][325]
Phillips, Lloyd R. 26 Jan 1898 12 Jan 2000 (101) (California) Private, US Army.[14]
Pollard, Richard H. 18 Jan 1898 25 Sep 2000 (102) (Texas) Served in France.[8][326]
Pool, Lester Ray 15 Sep 1895 11 Jan 2000 (104) (Oklahoma) Yeoman 2nd Class, US Navy.[14]
Poole, Ralph 17 Dec 1900 8 Mar 2000 (99) (South Carolina) US Navy.[14]
Prater, Daniel Duff 27 Jun 1895 4 Feb 2000 (104) (Kentucky) Private, US Army.[14]
Price, Ralph W. 12 Dec 1899 7 Apr 2000 (100) (Florida) US Navy. Served aboard USS Solace. Also a World War II veteran.[327]
Probst, Pertle Earnest 21 Aug 1896 2 Nov 2000 (104) (Missouri) Private, US Army.[14]
Proske, Frank 16 Dec 1895 23 Sep 2000 (104) (Iowa) Served in France.[8][328][329]
Quilla, Louis A. 10 Nov 1900 29 Feb 2000 (99) (California) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[8][330]
Rabinowitz, Harry W. 14 Jul 1895 10 Nov 2000 (105) (Idaho) Served in France.[8][331]
Rainey Jr., Tom 1 Mar 1896 16 Dec 2000 (104) (Alabama) Served in France.
Rasmussen, Arthur 3 Mar 1896 27 Jan 2000 (103) (Iowa) Served in France.[8][332]
Reinhold, Frank W. 17 Nov 1898 29 Apr 2000 (101) (New Hampshire) US Navy.[14]
Renfrow, Stevens A. 29 Jul 1892 8 Dec 2000 (108) (Mississippi) Served in France.[8][333]
Richburg, Horace 8 Mar 1896 1 Nov 2000 (104) (Alabama) Served in France.[8][334]
Rickert, Glennis H. 23 Feb 1895 18 May 2000 (105) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.[8][335]
Ricklin, Martin 15 Nov 1894 10 Aug 2000 (105) (Florida) Served in France as a medical orderly in the US Army.[8][336][337]
Roehlk, Rudolph F. 11 Nov 1899 4 Sep 2000 (100) (Florida) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[338]
Rowe, John E. 2 Jan 1900 30 Nov 2000 (100) (Ohio) US Navy.[14]
Rudd, Roy R. 24 Jun 1900 8 Jun 2000 (99) (Florida) US Army. Served on the Mexican border.[14]
Sandoval, Amadeo 23 Jun 1900 5 Jun 2000 (99) (New Mexico) Private, US Army.[14]
Scerbo, Luigi 23 Apr 1897 7 Dec 2000 (103) (New Jersey) Private, US Army.[14]
Schick, Urban A. 9 Oct 1896 11 Nov 2000 (104) (Missouri) Served in France.[339]
Schlink, Louis F. 19 Sep 1895 7 Feb 2000 (104) (Indiana) Served in France.[8][340]
Schmidt, Joseph P. 30 Mar 1893 6 Jan 2000 (106) (South Dakota) Served in France.[8][341]
Schmolinske, Arthur H.E. 6 Jun 1895 18 Nov 2000 (105) (Wisconsin) Served in France.[8][342]
Schnell, Louis John 25 Dec 1895 15 Jan 2000 (104) (Colorado) US Army.[14]
Schoenig, George 3 Jul 1897 12 Oct 2000 (103) (California) Yeoman 1st Class, US Navy. Enlisted July 1918.[14]
Schroll, Russell 23 Aug 1897 29 Apr 2000 (102) (Kansas) Served in France.[8][343]
Schwartz, P. Bryan 9 Nov 1896 1 Apr 2000 (103) (Colorado) Seaman 1st Class, US Navy.[14]
Schwenk, John J. 18 Jul 1899 27 Sep 2000 (101) (New York) Fought in the Muise-Argonne campaign with the 32nd Division, US Army.[8][344][345]
Schwiebert, Ernest G. 17 Oct 1895 10 Mar 2000 (104) (Florida) Lieutenant, US Army.[14]
Scilacci, George 18 Dec 1894 28 Jul 2000 (105) (California)[346]
Scott, Thomas V. 14 Aug 1896 5 Jan 2000 (103) (Florida) US Army.[14]
Shamberger, Ralph J. 20 Feb 1900 11 Mar 2000 (100) (Idaho) Private, US Army.[14]
Shumake, John Wesley 20 Mar 1896 3 Jan 2000 (103) (Texas) US Army.[14]
Smiley, Edward L. 29 May 1896 27 Apr 2000 (103) (Massachusetts) Served in France.[8][347]
Snow, Walter 25 Dec 1897 21 Apr 2000 (102) (South Carolina) Private, US Army.[14]
Sowa, Stanley 8 Jan 1896 16 May 2000 (104) (Illinois) Sergeant, US Army.[14]
Squires, Charles W. 14 Jul 1899 15 Aug 2000 (100) (Texas) US Navy.[348]
Stagg, Harry P. 1 Oct 1898 6 Feb 2000 (101) (New Mexico) Served in France.[8][349]
Stallings, Virgil V. 25 Aug 1897 18 Feb 2000 (102) (Nebraska) Served in France.[8][350]
Stepina, Charles W. 15 Feb 1897 12 Feb 2000 (102) (Texas) Served in France.[8][351]
Stevens, Robert 19 Apr 1897 13 May 2000 (103) (Mississippi) Served in France.[8][352]
Stoker, Obie 31 Oct 1898 27 Feb 2000 (101) (Texas) Private, US Army. Enlisted December 1916.[14]
Strong, Henry 21 Jan 1896 9 Mar 2000 (104) (Florida) Served in France.[8][353]
Surber, Willie Benjamin 23 Sep 1900 26 Jan 2000 (99) (Louisiana) Corporal, US Army.[14]
Swift, Lawrence M. 28 Jun 1898 5 Sep 2000 (102) (Tennessee) Officer, US Army.[354]
Szyperski, Edward Chester 12 May 1897 14 Mar 2000 (102) (Wisconsin) Served in France.[8][355]
Talbott, Harvey E. 11 Feb 1900 26 Mar 2000 (100) (Missouri) Private, US Army.[14]
Talbott, Robert M. 29 Jun 1896 6 Sep 2000 (104) (Maryland) Served in France.[8][356]
Thomas, Robert 19 Feb 1896 16 Jun 2000 (104) (New York) Served in France.[8][357]
Thomas, Willie 18 Nov 1894 24 Mar 2000 (105) (California)[358]
Toutonghi, Philippe Elias 1899 Jul 2000 (101) (Washington)
Trautman, Louis M. 17 Dec 1896 24 Mar 2000 (103) (Ohio) Served in France.[8][359]
Turk, Aaron 16 Jan 1897 7 Dec 2000 (103) (Oklahoma) Fireman 3rd Class, US Navy[14]
Underwood, Walter Guy 16 Sep 1900 31 May 2000 (99) (Virginia) Private, US Army.[14]
Unumb, Percival H. 11 Feb 1896 5 Mar 2000 (104) (Minnesota) Served in France.[8][360]
Upchurch, Thomas Walter 29 Nov 1894 24 Jul 2000 (105) (Texas) US Army.[14]
Valla, Axel 27 Jul 1894 18 Sep 2000 (106) (Minnesota) Served in France.[8][361]
Van Heukelom, Bernie 8 Dec 1894 3 Mar 2000 (105) (Iowa) Yeoman 3rd Class, US Navy[14]
Vansickel, Oscar R. 17 Jun 1899 16 Sep 2000 (101) (South Dakota) US Navy. Served aboard USS Vermont transporting troops across the Atlantic.[362][363]
Vasseur, Francis R.D. 11 Aug 1897 18 Aug 2000 (103) (Florida) Served in France.[8][364]
Veluzat, Paul T. 6 Dec 1898 9 Apr 2000 (101) (California) Texas Rangers & US Army. Rode with Pancho Villa and boarded the U-boat that sank The Lusitania.[365]
Vogt, Carl William 5 Jan 1900 8 Jan 2000 (100) (Washington) Private, US Marine Corps.[14]
Voorhees, Russell W. 16 May 1898 10 Feb 2000 (101) (Hawaii)[366][367]
Walcez, John S. 15 Apr 1899 20 Mar 2000 (100) US Army.[14]
Wanamaker, William Wesley 23 Aug 1898 8 Feb 2000 (101) (Virginia) Graduated from West Point in the summer of 1918. Remained in the army until 1949 reaching the rank of Brigadier-General in the Army Corps of Engineers.[368]
West, Charles P. 18 Jul 1895 13 Apr 2000 (104) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.[8][369]
West, Ernest Patrick 17 Mar 1896 20 Jun 2000 (104) (Florida) Served in France.[8][370]
Westover, Edwin F. 26 May 1898 22 Mar 2000 (101) (California) Served in France.[8][371]
Wheeler, Chancy G. 5 Jun 1899 28 Jan 2000 (100) (Ohio) Served in France.[8][372]
Wheeler, Glen W. 15 May 1899 16 Jun 2000 (101) (Texas) Private, US Marine Corps. Also a World War II veteran.[14]
White, Carey S. 11 Oct 1900 12 Mar 2000 (99) (Illinois) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[8][373]
Wilcox, John Edwin 27 Sep 1899 26 Jan 2000 (100) (Pennsylvania) Private, US Army[14]
Williams, David H. 27 Mar 1898 9 Jan 2000 (101) (New York) Private, US Army.[14]
Wilson, Alonzo C. 30 Aug 1895 23 Jan 2000 (104) (Idaho) Served in France.[8][374]
Wilson, Samuel 30 Apr 1899 2 Apr 2000 (100) (California) US Army. Enlisted August 1917.[14]
Woesner, Otto Eugene 21 Jan 1892 3 Oct 2000 (108) (California) US Army.[375]
Wohlenberg, Fred H. 22 Jul 1900 11 Dec 2000 (100) (California) Private, US Army. Enlisted October 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[14]
Wright, J. Harold 1 Aug 1900 10 Feb 2000 (99) (Illinois) US Army.[14]
Wueger, Charles L. 26 Jul 1897 4 Oct 2000 (103) (Pennsylvania) Private, US Army.[14]
Wyatt, Thomas 20 May 1899 25 Mar 2000 (100) (Indiana) US Army.[14]
Wylie, William Edward 22 Jul 1896 24 Dec 2000 (104) (Missouri) US Navy.[14]
Young, John W. 12 May 1899 4 Jul 2000 (101) (New Jersey) Served in France.[8][376]
Zalewski, Alex 1896 Aug 2000 (104) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.[8][377]
Zelnicker, William S. 12 Oct 1898 11 Oct 2000 (101) (California) Enlisted aged 17. Served in France as a stretcher bearer and ambulance driver with the 26th (Yankee) Division, US Army. Gassed at St Mihiel.[8][378][379]

World War I-era veterans - 2 veterans

Listed here are those that joined the armed services after the Armistice date, but before the Treaty of Versailles was signed, or where there is debate on their join-date, or whose military service is sometimes viewed as outside the scope of "WWI", but are considered World War I-era veterans by the press or by their respective governments, or served in a related conflict.

United States (2 veterans)

Name Born Died Notes
Peters, Barnaby Lucius 20 Oct 1900 15 Dec 2000 (100) (Massachusetts) US Navy. Enlisted January 1919.[14]
Missakian, Arpiar 10 Sept 1894 26 Nov 2000 (106) (California) US Marine Corps. Enlisted in 1921. Served as a rifle instructor during the occupation of the Dominican Republic [31]

Totals - 513 veterans

  • Verified veterans - 512
  • World War I-Era veterans - 2

See also

References

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