Oral DNB Identification Battle of Fromelles
Created on March 24, 2022
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the identification of the corpses from the battle of Fromelles
- Oxford Archaeology's archaeologists
- Australian,French and British historians
- Archivists of the Australian and Britian army
Soldiers in a trench
Osteo-archeaologists doing the searches
archaeological researcher who deals with the study of bones found on archaeological sites
More than 6000 objects were found.
It completes the other techniques.
DNA: deoxyribonucleic acid
Fromelles, Pheasant Wood, Military Cemetery
Opened the July 19th 2010.
The first soldier was burried on the Saturday January 13th 2010.
"Known unto God"