DNA Quest To Identify First World War Heroes Buried Without A Name
In the largest such endeavour yet attempted, the British and Australian governments are to announce the first results of a project aimed at pairing bones with DNA samples given by soldiers’ living descendants.
Eighty-six British families with relatives thought to be in the grave have given DNA. They await news of relatives, many of whom still occupy a hallowed place in family memory.
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