Rear Admiral Matthew Parr laying a tribute at the graves
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British Soldiers' lost graves in Shanghai found

The graves of four British soldiers, long thought to have been lost, have been discovered in Shanghai after their families appealed to the UK government for help.

The riflemen from the Royal Ulster Regiment were among the first Britons to be killed by invading Japanese troops in 1937, but their graves were later destroyed.

John Sudworth reports from Shanghai,

  • 12 Dec 2013
  • From the section UK