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Anne MacDonald Nov 11
Hugh Carr, son, coal miner, soldier. Died 1917. What an inspirational idea & very humbling.
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Daniel Brocklebank Nov 11
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Sheffield Steelers Nov 11
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🐾 Animal Star Awards 🐾 Nov 11
One of the most beautiful photographs I think I’ve ever seen
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JOHN NICOLSON Nov 11
“As we prepared to march an officer rode down the line and said ‘the War is over’, & that was all. He told us to wait for further instructions. We cheered as we realised it was all over.” My Grandpa John Stant writing home to his fiancée, my Grandma in Scotstoun.
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Óglaigh na hÉireann Nov 11
An tUachtarain Tofa Michael D Higgins receives a salute from the Captain's Guard of Honour ahead of the Armistice Day Commemoration at Glasnevin Cemetery.
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Roo-See Nov 11
Replying to @JamesMartinSJ
How about Vera Brittain’s Testament of Youth for the female perspective
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Karen Buck Nov 11
On the centenary of this image powerfully reminds us that perceptions of the modern European project, and our part it in, should never be reduced simply to calculations over trade.
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Carry on Cumnor! Nov 11
Beacon lit tonight, look up and see if you can see it...
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Emer O'Connell Nov 11
Remembering the enormous loss of life during WWI, including so many Irish, at today’s moving ceremony organised by in Warsaw.
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Sébastien Pélegrin Nov 11
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Brian Rodnick Nov 11
Great at tribute this morning at Preston Cenotaph on this important anniversary.
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Alison Brown RNLD RNChild PGD MSc Nov 11
Proud to remember this morning and grateful for the recognition of Edith Cavell too
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PC CJ Newsome Nov 11
An honour and a privilege to be part of the service at All Hallows, Kirkburton..
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Charlie Rose Nov 11
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kelda savage Nov 11
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St Columba's Church Nov 11
Thank you! It’s been a very special Remembrance Day and one we will never forget.
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Eagle Radio Nov 11
You can listen again to our special programme here
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Óglaigh na hÉireann Nov 11
This morning Óglaigh na hÉireann participated in an important event marking the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice that ended WW1. Today, we remember all people of all nations who suffered as a result of that conflict.
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Linda Silas Nov 11
Today, we remember the heros and thank the families
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