Web sites giving information on Dulwich’s involvement in World War One…
World War One Interactive Map

A joint venture by the Dulwich Society, Herne Hill Society and the Friends of West Norwood Cemetery commemorates the centenary of WW1 in an Online Interactive Map. The map features locations in Herne Hill, Dulwich and Norwood and illuminates the contribution the area made to the war effort as well as the war’s impact on the lives of local people. Sites highlighted include Dulwich Village, where in 1917 German aircraft dropped bombs which killed two people, the Sunray Estate of post-war ‘Homes fit for Heroes’ and the military hospitals set up at King’s, the Maudsley and East Dulwich. mapsengine.google.com
Dulwich College. The Fallen of the Great War 1914-1918

Dulwich College has created a web site dedicated to the memory of the 3,103 former pupils of Dulwich College who served in the Great War, of whom 534 died. Each pupil has been given a profile page which follows his life from his home, through school to his service in the Great War. On the web site you can find details of their war service, a map showing where they lived when at Dulwich, and any photographs, papers and letters the College holds. dulwichcollege1914-18.co.uk