The war of 14-18 has only two survivors
An Australian soldier and a canteen English
One of the last two surviving veterans of World War I is Australian. He celebrated in Perth, Australia its 110th anniversary in early March
Claude Choules, joined the Navy in 1915 by lying about his age when he barely reached his fourteenth year. He then sailed for 41 years.
His daughter Anne Pow said Claude Choules - known by his nickname "Chuckles" (laughter) - is healthy and happy retirement home where he lived the last 10 years. His eyesight and hearing, however, have declined significantly.
The Order of the First World War, American Association following the veterans, said Claude Choules of British origin and Florence Green, canteen at the Women's Royal Air Force, are the last two surviving veterans of the Great war.
Henry Allingham, veteran British ex-oldest man, died in 2009 at 113 years.
Erich Kästner last German soldier, died on 1 January 2008 at age 107.
Lazare Ponticelli the last French soldier of the Great War died March 12, 2008 to 110 years.
Delfino Borroni, the last surviving Italian, died October 26, 2008 to 110 years.