War Memorial Hall c1929
The Scotch College WW I Commemorative Web Site
By the end of 25 April 1915, 12 Old Scotch Collegians had died in World War I. Over 200 more would die before the war ended. The first Old Scotch Collegian to fall was Guy Labertouche, a professional officer killed while serving in the British Indian Army in Mesopotamia on 14 April 1915.
Eleven Scotch Collegians would be among the 650 Australians killed at the famous landing on 25 April 1915.
221 Old Scotch Collegians and five staff members were casualties of World War One, a total of 226.
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Old Scotch Collegians are arranged alphabetically by family name.
A table view of the 225 Old Scotch Collegians that can be sorted, particularly by 'Name', 'Date of Death' and 'Place of Death'.
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The chief author of the Commemorative website is Dr Mark Johnston, Head of History, Scotch College. He has drawn extensively on the database and expertise of the School Archivist, Mr Paul Mishura.