Yes, there may be a few veterans of that conflict left (maybe just one according to the BBC) but he was the last to have actually fought in that war long ago. Here in the states we recently lost our last, and the oldest, WW1 veteran, Frank Buckles,in February.
Where as Buckles chose to embrace and celebrate his service, Mr. Choules took a decidingly different path and was a pacifist during much of his latter life. For a man who actively participated in both world wars and lived through all of the violence of the 20th century, I cannot fault him on his choice.
From what I am reading about him he seems to have probably preferred to be remembered for the legacy of his family that he leaves behind rather than his military service, so I leave him with this picture to end this post...
Thank you Claude Choules and may God bless and keep you in Heaven.