Memorial Wall

A few of the hundreds of names on the wall in Singapore

Share your Tribute on The PTSD-Resolution Memorial Wall

Commemorating the Fallen of UK Armed Forces Who Have No Known Grave

The Memorial Wall is a service for relatives to remember the fallen of the UK armed services who died without a known grave. Please also visit the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Colonel Tony Gauvain (Retired), chairman of PTSD Resolution, whose father was killed in action in Singapore in 1942, says:

“PTSD Resolution is proud to launch this online Memorial Wall for those wishing to remember, and by doing so, to support the recovery of the mental health of veterans and reservists who have survived and also family members who may be affected.”

Relatives of fallen veterans with no grave can submit details and an image by using the form on the PTSD Resolution website. There is no charge: visitors are invited to make a charitable contribution to the work of PTSD Resolution in providing free mental health therapy to traumatised veterans, reservists and their families.

Colonel Tony Gauvain (Retired), chairman of PTSD Resolution, whose father was killed in action in Singapore in 1942, says:

“VJ Day on August 15th marks the day when Imperial Japan surrendered in World War II, bringing the war to an end. The memorial wall initiative serves as a reminder of all those people who were killed in action and reported as missing presumed dead, and who do not have any gravestone by which to honour their memory. "


Please prepare a paragraph to commemorate your relative or friend, and find a suitable photo if you can. When you click on the "Share your tribute" button below, a window will open where you can cut and paste your text, or write in the box directly. There is also a button there to allow you to upload a photo, just click the button and go and find the image on your device. then just click upload when you have finished and your text and picture will be sent. There are additional instructions on the page, should you need them. Allow us a few days to add the entry to the Memorial Wall, and we will email you when it is ready for you to see.


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Nadine Dorothy Askew

Nadine Dorothy Askew
1st Royal Artillery

"My beautiful daughter Nadine "

Simon Nicholson

James Hornsby
"We will never forget the sacrifice you all made for us"

My grandad RAF and the other true superheroes who gave up everything for our today and future, I salute you all. You will never be forgotten and thank you



Serjeant Henry Herman Wehrkamp

Serjeant Henry Herman Wehrkamp
"In memory of a lost relative - but now found"

((Served as Henry H. WORKHAM), 320578, 1st/6th Bn., London Regiment (City of London Rifles) - who died on 30 November 1917 Age 23
Born 7th November 1894 son of Henry and Maria Wehrkamp, of 13, Prospect Terrace, Bethnal Green, London.
Remembered with honour, respect and love at Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, France. Thank you for your sacrifice


Major Rowland de Putron Gauvain.
"The Forgotten Army"

Born in 1908; commissioned at RMA Sandhurst in 1928. 
Loan service in the Indian Army, 5/13 Frontier Force Rifles, attached to 10/13 FFR and Tochi Scouts. 
Selected for the Indian Army Staff College, Quetta. 
1941, fathered son Anthony de Putron; posted as Brigade Major, 8 Indian Infantry Brigade, Kota Bahru.
1942, injured in confused fighting in the Turong Road area, Singapore. 
Reported as killed by the Japanese, in action, at the fall of Singapore.