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We Were There Too 2m
Thanks to all those who joined us at our Reminiscence Session at Chabad Community Care in Sale today. To learn more about the stories we've heard today, and how to upload your family stories visit the Personal Records section on our website
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Paul Dunphy Esquire 1h
Saving Private Ryan's medals! Kealkill Charity shop in Cork have found medals and are looking for 's descendants to give them too! Found inside a jacket! Look ! Ryan was a member of the 1st Battalion of the Munster Fusiliers. Pic
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AG Knapper 1h
Dorothy Griffin was a who came to Canada and married her husband, Robert Parry in Calgary Alberta during . They had two children.
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Roger Foss 5h
Looking forward to my Meet the Author event at on Saturday 23rd, 11am-1pm. Come and say hello and maybe chat about British theatre's morale-boosting role during when women increasingly took centre stage, as explained in my new book.
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Diary of a Dude 2h
"Dec 11, 1916. Chief cook died and was buried today. Firing party and full honours." [These photographs by Jack Pulman of a funeral with honours at the Sewri Cemetery, Mumbai, are uncaptioned, but may be the funeral of the Chief Cook mentioned in the diary]
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Bess of Hardwick 7h
Moving moment marking the death of the 3 Tomlinson brothers from Mastin Moor in accompanied by Last Post. Mrs Jane Tomlinson had also lost her husband Allen at 51 in 1913. How did these families survive these losses?
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amorywitthebliki Feb 15
They say I got the bliki bout to use it
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Tom Felix 23h
"Here we go again boys!"
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Gordon Smith 6h
RT MillieThom "RT PatFurstenberg: 🛩️🐶Philly was an American stray that ended up fighting on the French side, in the of . Her acute hearing saved the soldiers from many raids. There was even a 50 Deutsche marks prize on her … "
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WW1 Baseball 26m
Want to see before the ? We're planning a game in , 16 June 2019 ... more details soon.
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Why we should remember
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Tweets from WW1 13m
Armistice has not yet been turned into lasting , but commemoration is high on the agenda: Winston , UK Secretary of State for War&Air, arrives at a memorial service for airmen killed during at Westminster Abbey, .
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Glasgow Herald Wednesday 19th February 1919. Deaths on Service.
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NST History Trips 22h
During , millions of letters were sent to the frontline. Surviving letters offer an insight into life in the trenches. This letter that Frederick Woodhams wrote to his family in 1916 describes arduous marches, limited rations & the weight of military kit.
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RN ship losses 3h
18/19 Feb 1915 // Acorn-class destroyer HMS Goldfinch came ashore in fog on Sanday, Orkney, and was wrecked with no loss of life. Her remains were broken up for scrap in April 1919.
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PCH Salford 7h
1915: The first naval attackon the  begins when a strong Anglo-French task force bombards Ottoman artillery along the coast of .
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The Long Victorian Feb 17
Maids with Pigeons (1916) by Fred Elwell (English, 1870-1958).
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simon_ih 7h
A most interesting exhibit at York Castle Museum. “For the man at the front”
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Jennifer Brookman Feb 14
Been in Loughborough today at an Audience Development Workshop to support Carrillon War Memorial, built in 1923 to commemorate the local soldiers who lost their lives in WW1
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On This Day RN 7h
1919 the Women’s Royal Naval Service, established 2 years previous, was disbanded after the end on However as was preparing in case of breaking out the WRNS were re-formed in 1939, continuing until 1993, when they were formally merged with the RN
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