Check out the War Heritage Institute’s War Dead Register. The register now also contains Second World War victims (in allied service, Belgian resistance, etc.) and counts more than 60.000 entries, mainly relating to the two world wars.
Who belonged to my family and who lived in my town? What was their civilian and military life like? When and how did they die and where were they buried? Read the original entry in the War Graves Service archives. That is the kind of information contained in the www.wardeadregister.be. #culturesurvivechallenge.