- List of veterans of World War I who died in 1999
The following is a list of known veterans of the First World War (
28 July 1914– 11 November 1918) who died in 1999.
Note: this list is far from complete.__TOC__
Veterans by country of service - 737 veterans
Australia (19 veterans)
Germany (4 veterans)
Remark: At the time of World War One Newfoundland was a separate colony within the British Empire, and did not become part of Canada until 1940.
New Zealand (2 veterans)
Romania (1 veteran)
Remark: a further 518 men old enough to have served in WW1 died in 1999 in England & Wales. Their veteran status is not yet confirmed. Scottish and Irish records are not checked either.
United States (428 veterans)
United States (4 veterans)
* 737 known veterans of the First World War, and 8 known veterans of the World War I era died in 1999.
Surviving veterans of World War I
* Bakke, Dave, "Remembering a hero / WWI veteran honored 80 years after service", "The State Journal-Register",
11 July 1999
* Brownlow, Kevin, "Osmond Borradaile", "The Independent",
5 May 1999
* Downy, Donn, "Vimy veteran served in both wars", The Globe and Mail,
12 July 1999
* McConkey, Alison, "Last of the Hood survivors dies", "Coventry Evening Telegraph",
23 December 1999
* Roberts, Bay, "Veteran in First World War", "The Globe and Mail",
20 April 1999
* The "
Ottawa Citizen", "Decorated Somme Veteran dies at 104", 18 February 1999
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