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SierraLeoneToTheWorld 🇸🇱 Nov 11
In remembrance of all the Black Soldiers that fought and lost their lives for this country. 🕊❤️
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Lukas Trakimavicius Nov 11
This is an excellent chart illustrating the number of casualties that the major war participants suffered during . Courtesy of .
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RCSEd Library & Archive Nov 10
During 1500 women served with Elsie Inglis' Scottish Women’s Hospitals. This remarkable all-female endeavour provided voluntary medical care to sick & wounded soldiers, civilians & refugees, often near frontlines. This is the first unit to leave for Serbia in December 1914
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Library of Congress Nov 10
Want to see the world as it was 100 years ago during the Great War? Pore over our WWI-related map collections, including troop fronts, battle locations & world alliances  
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Kevin Jackson Nov 11
A large portrait of Dr Elsie Inglis has been raked into the sand on West Sands beach in St Andrews as part of commemorations and the project
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Dan Mills Nov 11
100 years ago, today…
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The Royal Family Nov 10
commemorations began in 2014 with services to mark 100 years since Britain entered the War. Since then, there have been 4 years of events commemorating major battles & key elements of the war across Europe. Take a look back at tributes to the fallen:
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WarGravesCommission Nov 11
"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old. 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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Leo Varadkar Nov 11
I’m in Paris this morning for the Armistice Day Commemoration at the Arc de Triomphe. I will stand in memory of the more than 200,000 Irishmen who fought in WW1 and the many Irishwomen who witnessed the horrors of war and worked courageously to save lives.
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Royal British Legion Nov 10
Don't forget to tune in to at 20:30 this evening for the 2018 at the magnificent . This year's performance promises to be extra special as we pay tribute to the generation, 100 years on from the end of the war.
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Helena Pielichaty Nov 11
Imagine if you took away the poetry, the written accounts, the music, the photography and the art of in these commemorations. You’d have nothing meaningful to touch the soul. Now look at what the govt is doing to the arts.
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National Museum of American History Nov 11
100 years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the guns of World War I fell silent. Today, we are reflecting on World War I, exploring its legacy, and remembering those whose lives were ended or forever changed.
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David Jamieson Nov 12
My latest short vid for on how the working class ended through strikes, mutiny and revolution and why you won't hear about this from the state commemorations or the media.
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Westminster Abbey Nov 11
At our service this evening, The Queen and the President of Germany remembered those who sacrificed their lives during . In an act of reconciliation, they shook hands and laid flowers at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior together. More:
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Hardeep Dhillon 5m
Please join our conversation this coming Thursday & Friday in Cambridge, MA on writing empire and war. Many thanks to and other centers not on Twitter for sponsoring.
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Marp Nov 11
Did a painting for the 100th Anniversary of the armistice in Europe. Lest we forget
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Endeavour Fund Nov 11
.’s tommies installation is a powerful commemoration of those that lost their lives in . Thank you for supporting The Royal Foundation’s Armed Forces programmes with this important work. Learn more >
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Durham Miners Nov 11
On , we remember the 40,000 members of the Durham Miners' Association who served during , the 6,000 who never returned home to Durham, and all of the fallen. Recruits are pictured at inspection on the racecourse, the site then & now, of the .
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WORLDSTARHIPHOP Nov 11
100 years ago today, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, came to an end. We take a moment to reflect on the lives of those who fought in this “great war”. 🌎🙏
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Leo Varadkar Nov 11
Beautiful ceremony in Paris. In the words of Thomas Kettle, we honour those who: 'Died not for flag, nor King, nor Emperor,— But for a dream, born in a herdsman's shed, And for the secret Scripture of the poor.’
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