Captain Hugh Brodie, 6th Battalion, East Kent Regiment


Captain Hugh Brodie is another World War I officer commemorated on a family grave in Hampstead Cemetery, London.

He was killed on 13 October 1915 while serving with 6th Battalion, the East Kent Regiment. He is also commemorated on the Loos Memorial.

Captain Brodie was a barrister by profession and was 39 when he was killed during the battle of the Hohenzollern Redoubt, when his battalion captured Gun Trench and the south western face of the Hulluch Quarries.


Troops attacking the Hohenzollern Redoubt on 13 October 1915

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