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URPotential Takeover 19h
Fylde LGBT celebrated trans remembrance by watching a heart felt video on all those we have lost in the past 💔
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martinnaylor Nov 19
Lovely to Lead Special Lives Service of today , to pray, reflect,sing, and light a candle in memory of Loved Ones who have died.
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Holly Nov 10
🌹 for the past for a peaceful future 🙏🙏🙏
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Ross Nov 10
Remember the Commonwealth ferry command women who flew every allied kind of plane made in WW2.
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Ministry of Defence Nov 10
British and German Armed Forces stood at the v pre-match service this evening
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Jonathan Munro Nov 14
Personal help request: do u know anyone with family name Edge or Townson who lost Private WH Edge on Somme? Trying to track down his descendants.
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Sarah Adams Nov 11
We passed away short while ago, We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, Loved and were loved, and now we rest, In Flanders fields beneath the crust, Sarah Adams
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Hayes School Nov 18
Year 9 students visit the Somme for a memorable school trip. Thanks to staff, students and
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Tim Haselden Nov 11
My Grandfather's dogtag, carried from Ypres to the Somme to Paschendale & beyond. My uncle carried it through WWII, my dad carried it in Korea and me ? I carried it in Kuwait & Bosnia. We will & do remember them.
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Book Monster Ally Nov 18
A drawing I did last year. A bit belated, but even though day is over. We should never forget x
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Oz History Nov 10
Today, in 1918 - The end of World War 1, marking Day. 60,000 died
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Luke Delahunty Nov 11
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.
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Stephen Clarke Nov 17
Some of the supporting evidence is over-egged but the premise is worth serious consideration and debate - are we over-remembering and should we get over remembering?
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Elizabeth Smith Nov 11
There are reasons to wear a poppy. There are reasons not to wear a poppy. Most important is that you have a choice.
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Hangar 7 Art Nov 10
For Remembrance Day - “Field of the Fallen”. Never forget.
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16AirAssaultBrigade Nov 12
We Will Remember Them. Dignitaries, veterans, troops and residents join together in in
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Agent Ath Cliath 21h
Loyalist style. Get off yer face and kick dafuq outta someone.
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Gàidhlig Primary 4-7 16h
Seall cho àlainn sa tha na dealbhan aig GP5-7. Tòrr diofar sgilean air an cleachdadh. Beautiful artwork by GP5-7. An array of skills used to create poppy pictures. The words to an important poem surround each picture.
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UKAF Football Nov 14
Proud Welshman Sgt Dyfan Pierce & 🇬🇧 UKAF Football Assistant Coach providing guard of honour to Wales National Team this evening in fixture v’s Panama. Well done Dyfan!
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Paul Reed Nov 14
“Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me!” - a weekend of is behind us, but along the Old Front Line the landscape remembers every day.
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