First World War Poetry Digital Archive

"Roland Leighton" web sites

4 online resources.
Aftermath: Bereavement - Returning an officer's kit [Roland Leighton]
From the Aftermath website, this is an extract from a letter written by Vera Brittain to her brother Edward on 14 January 1916 from the London hospital where she was working as a VAD, explaining how Leighton's effects were received when they were returned to his family.
Find A Grave Memorial : Lieut Roland Aubrey Leighton (1895 - 1915)
A brief web page giving details of the Leighton's grave.
The Western Front Association : Roland Aubrey Leighton 1895-1915
An essay from the Western Front Association.
Violets from the Trenches: Selections from the Letters of Roland Leighton and Vera Brittain
From the McMaster University Library's website 'Peace and War in the 20th Century', which uses images and official records available in archives, to tell 'compelling, personal stories'. This University in Canada acquired the archives of the feminist, journalist, and pacifist Vera Brittain %u2013 and includes photographs and images from the letters between her and Roland Leighton.