This site is dedicated to the Harrovians who fought and died in World War One, in commemoration of one hundred years since the conflict. No fewer than 2,917 Harrovians served in the armed forces; 690 were wounded and 642 killed. With generous funding from the Harrow Association, the six volumes of the Harrow Memorials of the Great War, and other archive material relating to Harrow School and World War One are now accessible, digitally on this site, to those researching Old Harrovians or Harrow School during the war years.

Access is available free of charge for Harrow Association Members, Old Harrovians, current pupils and staff at Harrow School.