WWI Soldiers Buried In France More Than 100 Years After Their Deaths
The remains of three First World War soldiers were discovered on a battlefield near Anneux in February 2016.
The burial service took place in northern France (Picture: Crown Copyright).
The families of two young British soldiers killed in the First World War have finally seen them laid to rest more than 100 years later.
Private Henry Wallington and Private Frank Mead, of the 23rd (County of London) Battalion, were buried with full military honours, alongside a third unidentified British soldier from the same regiment.
A salute was fired and 'The Last Post' played during the ceremony at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) British cemetery at Hermies Hill, near Albert in northern France.