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Royal British Legion Nov 9
What do tea bags, sanitary towels, filmmaking, poetry, daylight savings, medical breakthroughs, wireless technology & the advancement of women’s rights all have in common? They're all things we can thank the generation for! Share this film and join us in saying
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Royal British Legion Nov 9
⚡️Check out some of the great tributes from our Armed Forces this year 💂♀️💂♂️
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David Powell 15m
D-Day veteran left broken-hearted after burglary has been given a surprise gift
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Royal British Legion Nov 7
There is so much to thank the generation for. From teabags, sanitary towels, medical breakthroughs and wireless technology; to the advancement of women’s rights, the contribution of Commonwealth nations & of course the armed forces, join us in saying Thank You.
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Uni of Birmingham Nov 11
Did you know in August 1914, the University opened its doors as a hospital to treat the casualties of the First World War?
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England Universities Rugby League Nov 11
Rememberance Day 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condem. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.
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Ceri 6h
Humbled to see train today - too many names 😢
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WarGravesCommission Nov 9
As the First World War centenary draws towards a close staff from around the world say ‘Thank You’ to those from Commonwealth nations who served and sacrificed during the conflict.
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Royal British Legion 6h
In October the incredible Dan Smith paddled the 910 mile length of to say to the WW1 generation & raise vital ££s for us. He is so nearly at his £25k target. To sponsor Dan visit or text POBD79 & the amount to 70070.
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Janine Lewis 10h
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British Army Nov 7
Say 'Thank You' to the First World War generation who served, sacrificed and changed our world.
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M&S Nov 11
Today marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. We want to say Thank You and honour all who served for the bravery, strength and sacrifice that changed our world.
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Go North East Nov 9
Thank you – all who have served, sacrificed, and changed our world – 1918-2018. At 11am this Remembrance Sunday, we will be showing our respect by observing the 2-minute silence, and our buses will pull over where it is safe to do so. Please join us.
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