The Commonwealth War Graves Commission are to open a new cemetary for the estimated 400 British and Australian soldiers who's remains were unearthed at Pheasants Wood near Fromelles in northern France in May this year. They were killed in action during an especially bloody attack designed to divert the attention of German reinforcements from the main Somme offensive in July 1916. Each burial will be accompanied by full military honours, though the CWGC has yet to announce when exhumation will begin. It is likely that the time devoted to attempting to identify the dead will further push back the dates for individual funerals. Here's the link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7534949.stm RIP to all of them, wherever they are from.