Can anyone help please? I know a total of 306 British soldiers were shot at dawn for military crimes in WW1, they have just received a full pardon from the government. This was due to the S.A.D. campaign. However, 346 soldiers are listed as being shot at dawn. The other 40 were probably executed for capital crimes. The S.A.D site doe's not give any information on these 40 men. I find myself visiting many shot at dawn soldiers graves around Ieper (Ypres) where I live. I am becoming uncomfortable about possibly placing a poppy cross over a blokes grave, who may have commited rape and murder! Is there a comprehensive list or book about, that includes where, why, how etc please?