Queen's and World War One 

Queen's Roll of Honour

As early as October 1914 the Standing Committee of the University Senate was recommending that a Roll of Honour be formed of those members of the University who were serving in the War. There were two Rolls of Honours published, one in 1915 and one in 1916 and these are also included in the University Calendars for the academic years 1914-1915 and 1915-1916.

In a meeting of the University Senate on 14 February 1917 Reverend Thomas Hamilton, the Vice-Chancellor of Queen's, submitted a list of those men who had been members of the Queen's Officer Training Corps and who had been awarded military honours for, ‘services rendered to the country in connection with the War'.

Inside front cover of the The Roll of Honour of The Queen's University of Belfast, January 1915