American Henry Gunther is generally recognized as the last soldier killed in action in World War I. He was killed 60 seconds before the armistice came into force while charging astonished German troops who were aware the Armistice was nearly upon them
Reunited in death: The five brothers killed in WW1
World War One: The symbolic reunion of five brothers killed in action - BBC News
The WW1 Memorial Plaque – also known as the Death Penny or Dead Mans Penny – was awarded to personnel killed as a result of war. Over 1.3 Million World War One Memorial Plaques were issued. Plaques were awarded to the next of kin of those killed in action and were accompanied by a memorial scroll from the King.
Dickey Chapelle, born Georgette Louise Meyer in WISCONSIN (March was an American photo-journalist known for her work as a war correspondent from World War II through the Vietnam War. First female war correspondent killed.