Who are these unknown WW1 soldiers on display at museum?

Two soldiers in the First World War, who remain unkown Credit: ITV News Central

Just who are these two First World War soldiers with their youthful beaming smiles?

Their photograph is a centre piece of Birmingham Museum's First World War exhibition.

But who they are is a mystery.

The exhibition tells the story of Birmingham in the First World War through the soldiers who fought it and their belongings which still survive.

Many fought in the Birmingham Pals - the Birmingham Battalions of the the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. But some are the unknown soldiers.

Jo-Ann Curtis is from the Birmingham Museum:

The exhibition has many artefacts - including a genuine officer's map case. Complete with the map of the Front Line.

The map of the frontline taken from the case above, which is on display at the museum Credit: ITV News Central

There's also a genuine uniform worn by a soldier of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment in the First World War.

He survived - but he remains one of the unknown soldiers.

If you think you know who the soldiers are, contact Birmingham Museum at this email address:BMAG.Enquiries@birminghammuseums.org.uk