Alan Gordon August 04 2014 10:16AM
they gave their tomorrows so we could have our today
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1,582 members of our staff lost their lives during the First World War.
Bumping into a colleague, or even a friend of a friend, was always a highlight for men serving far from home.
Bank staff were keen to share news with colleagues away on military service.
Harry rejoined his old territorial battalion at the outbreak of war, and was killed at Loos in 1915.
John was captured in 1914 and spent the rest the war imprisoned in Germany and, later, interned in Switzerland.
All 13 men on the squad served in the army in the First World War.