This page features links to items that I have deemed do not fit directly with Brandon during WW2. Nonetheless they are no less valuable in setting a backdrop to what Brandonians were experiencing at the time. There is some research generously offered to me by others, along with the aftermath of the war – Brandon’s war memorial and Remembrance Parade. If you would like your research shared with others, then please let me know and I will add it here.
For more information about all these, and more, just click on the links below.
- War Memorial – Built in 1920, it initially featured names of Brandon men killed in WW1. Then after WW2 more names were added. The memorial is located in Brandon’s cemetery.
- 1950s Remembrance Parade – Can you add names to faces? This image of the parade features many of Brandons war veterans from WW1 and WW2, along with local dignitaries and bystanders.