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Paul Hamilton 47s
Royal Engineers building a pontoon bridge across the River Somme at Peronne, 22 March 1917. (IWM: Q 5836)
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N L Collier 11m
The Hassoule Ravine was a major supply route for German troops fighting near Fort Douaumont and was usually under shell-fire. There's plenty of evidence: this unexploded shell is about 7.7 or 7.5 cm, ditto the empty shrapnel shell
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Paul Franks 25m
Rare opportunity to own a piece of history
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Surrey Libraries UK 8h
RT "SurreyHeritage" "Surrey’s women war workers played a vital role in rural communities. Caught on camera, 1917, Women’s Land Army members demonstrated ploughing skills in an inter-farm competition at Shackleford. Watch the film … "
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Douglas Bell 3h
Bernhard III, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen reigned from 25 June 1914 to 10 November 1918, very nearly the exact length of .
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rachel palmer 4m
Replying to @thebattleguide
Ah, one of my favorites.
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Melinda V Inman 8m
Let's publish a book! I'm a illustrating how God makes beauty from our ashes. Set during , the sequel to No Longer Alone is ready for production. Let's publish The Shadows Come ! I'll give you a FREE COPY!
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Peter Johnston 7h
Replying to @daniel_todman
Scale is also an important factor in making the subject more relatable. In the land campaign in particular, it's battalion-level actions, so approx 600 pax - rather than divisional and corps level with associated casts of 1000s in and
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Mike Mar 15
Do any of my contacts know what this symbol denotes? Can't even work out what it is. Turkey? Peacock?
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Simon J Emmerson 2h
☘ A group photo postcard of men serving in the 4th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Photograph taken at Clonmany, Co. Donegal. ☘
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3DHistory 38m
Sam Steele: policeman, soldier & hero. Steele was at every important event in Canadian history including the Northwest Rebellion in 1885. Contact Norman at nsleach@telusplanet.net to get his book on Sam Steele.
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Ali Azam 3h
Horrors of World War 1:
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mapdevil 🇬🇷🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Mar 15
Glasgow Herald Saturday 15th March 1919. Deaths on Service.
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Paul Franks 9h
Own your piece of history! To buy / rent 2019 4 bedrooms (1 ensuite) house + 2 ensuite apartments+1400m2 garden in historic 1916 village - Beaucourt sur l'Ancre - with stunning views of the Ancre Valley including Grandcourt, Schwarben Redoubt and
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Simon J Emmerson 2h
☘ A studio photo postcard of Pte W McLaughlin 4th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Possibly from Lifford, Co Donegal ☘
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17 March 1917 // Destroyer HMS Paragon was torpedoed and sunk in the Strait of Dover while engaging German torpedo boats. There were only 2 survivors from her complement of 75 officers and men. Public domain image.
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