The Royal British Legion has launched a campaign to gather tributes honouring every Commonwealth serviceman and woman who died during the First World War.
The Every Man Remembered initiative is an online database that enables users to commemorate a family member, someone they are connected to or find a person who has no-one to honour them.
Downton Abbey creator Lord Julian Fellowes, actor Tom Hardy, TV historian Dan Snow and West Ham United vice chairman Karren Brady have already added their voices to the campaign.
The Legion, in partnership with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, hopes every one of the 1,117,077 Commonwealth men and women who died during the First World War will be commemorated on the database.
The campaign was inspired by a British Explorer Scout who visited a war cemetery in Belgium and wrote to the Legion asking why some of the graves had dozens of poppies and crosses next to them, while others had none.
"This is your chance to take part in a truly historic and incredibly significant act of remembrance," the Every Man Remembered website reads.