105 years after he died, buried World War I soldier identified through DNA

Por: CBS News World June 22, 2022


For more than a century, the British soldier lay in an anonymous grave, one of so many unidentified victims buried beneath the killing fields of World War I.But now, his headstone finally bears a name: 2nd Lt. Osmund Bartle Wordsworth — a great-great-nephew of English poet William Wordsworth - who was recently identified by DNA research, and given a funeral ceremony Tuesday, 105 years after he died. Colonel Howard Wilkinson, Military Attache,... + full article

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