ICAEW would like to take this opportunity to pay its respects to all those who have lost their lives in the service of their country and freedom in both world wars.
During the First World War 1625 members and 1803 articled clerks served, as well as the Institute's then Librarian Cosmo Gordon. 129 members and clerks were decorated for their gallantry, which included two Victoria Crosses. However, 510 members and articled clerks were killed in action.
In the Second World War approximately one quarter of ICAEW members served and many decorations were gained (including two Victoria Crosses). However, 202 members and 273 articled clerks lost their lives.
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