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Dan Hill 51m
Picked up this lovely Flechette at a Brocante in France recently... can anyone help decipher the note it came with?
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CaptFrank 1h
[in Calais as AIF Rep for POWs] Raining a treat. Inspection by Sir Douglas Haig [commander of British Expeditionary Force] who expressed himself as very pleased with the organisation. 31000 P.O.W. passed through this show to date. Lent Durham 10 francs.
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WWI Pictures 3h
German A7V tank rolls on the streets of Roye with German infantry on top, March 21st 1918.
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Great War 100 Years Dec 8
The Forgotten Blitz 1914 - 1915: Zeppelin Onslaught by () is available now. "Due to the level and depth of its research... this volume could potentially become an authority on its subject."
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Great War Dundee 9m
Robert Stewart 4621 Australian Pioneers 1st Battalion 20/09/1917
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Rowena House 10h
XMAS PROMO TWEET A 5* Book of the Year set in France during . A tale of courage, endurance, love and geese!
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WW1 Family Inscriptions 1h
Badly damaged memorial & surname lost. "HE GAVE HIS HEART TO HIS HOME, HIS LIFE TO HIS KING AND COUNTRY. HIS SOUL TO HIS GOD" Frank Died in of 6 November 1918 Aged 27
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West Scotland: RCE 54m
Arthur Donald Laird (Highland Light Infantry) . Commemorated at New Kilpatrick Cemetery, Bearsden.
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Chris Anderson 2h
My long-suffering girlfriend can't go within 100 yards of a churchyard before I see if there's headstones. In Goring are & graves, inc. a pilot who looked to be son of the village's old vicar. The graves are scattered but their stories are still there to be found
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WWI Pictures Dec 8
French soldiers stand for a photo with their newly rewarded Military Medal’s in 1916 after the Battle of the Somme.
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WWI Pictures Dec 7
Ottoman soldiers, armed with MG 08s, aim toward the Dardanelles strait in May 1915 as ANZAC forces trudge forward.
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Dan Hill Dec 8
If you ever wonder why shellfire was so deadly during take a look at this shell splinter (often called shrapnel) which all came from a single shell. Hundreds of millions of them were fired on the Western Front alone!
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Kindle History 29m
SEBASTIAN: resilience, adaptation & the end of an era Vienna & Galicia during
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Dan Hill 2h
Do take a minute to check this fascinating film out showing the journey of a veteran back to the western front in the 1930's. Amazing stuff!
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Womble 7h
Did anyone else notice the outline of the training trenches in ’s Phoenix Park in Google Maps? Taken this summer, I’d say. Must be them. Location is roughly south of the Papal Cross.
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Andy Saunders 9h
2/2...dodgy pic, but I couldn’t put my wine down on it! 😬 OMG! Pink Floyd ‘Dark side’ original! Think ⁦⁩ is a bit of of a Floyd fan. Thanks ⁦
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Frontline LH Dec 5
My friend has suffered a burglary and his collection of has been stolen. Please share these details in the hope we can find the medals and return them to Tim. Thanks for RTs.
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Richmond Council 11h
[NEWS] Visit Whitton Library before Saturday 15 December to see the community art project commemorating the centenary of
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Dr Irfan Malik 1h
Engrossed in my exhibition at Baitul Futuh Mosque
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WW1 Family Inscriptions 6h
Replying to @InscriptionsWw1
Arthur's memorial was hidden and obscured by a holly bush, yesterday I had the opportunity to cut the holly back. Arthur Illtyd Wates Horlock Killed in action 3 July 1917 Aged 36
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