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Falkland Islands Oct 11
“Cambridge University students vote against Remembrance Sunday motion over fears it 'glorifies' war.” — RT if you WILL be honouring the heroes who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice so that we may live in freedom and peace.
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Coquitlam Legion 12h
Lost here on Canadian soil, on October 20th and 22nd of 2014.
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Millsy Oct 11
Why don’t Cambridge university students research what Rememberance Sunday is for - it does not glorify war it remberbers people who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect the way they live today. Without the men and women they wouldn’t be at uni
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Rob Norman 10h
Portishead Deanery annual Choral Evensong service tonight has theme
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RGS History Department Oct 17
On this day in 1915, Cpl Geoffrey Ethelbert Cragg, School Captain and Captain of the Cricket First XI died from disease in modern-day Iraq as part of the Mesopotamia Campaign. He helped British forces secure Basra. He is buried at the Kut War Cemetary in Iraq
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Philip Nottle 12h
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Kensington Palace Oct 19
Remembering the fallen at Anzac Memorial Hyde Park.
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Tracey Swain Oct 20
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Andrew Desmond 14h
and look after our . Always in our thoughts, but it's now that time of year when we especially remember them. Please dig deep. A retweet would be brilliant too.
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Cllr Stuart Gerrard Oct 20
Getting Atherton town centre ready to Remember the Fallen.
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Joe H 😎😎 Oct 17
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CNS History dept 20h
"I want you to leave the classroom, I want you to walk straight out to the yard, don’t look back."
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Wombwell Cemetery Oct 17
November marks 100 years since the end of World War I. To remember our soldiers, we're dedicating the whole month to them. Each day we'll post one soldier who is buried in the cemetery and finish with a roll of honour for all who didn't make it home. More soon
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Kensington Palace Oct 19
Replying to @KensingtonRoyal
As Australia marks the 100th anniversary of , the New South Wales Government is enhancing the Anzac Memorial — dedicated to remembering all Australians who have served their country.
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⚽🏈📸🐶🐭🌄🐎🌌🌇 19h
On this day in 1966: 116 children and 28 adults lost their lives in the Aberfan disaster
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College of Pharmacy WWI Honor Roll 🇦🇺 16h
Replying to @arch2tch @AWMemorial
Thank you Bronwyn . We don’t have a photo of Eileen, but pharmacy student Alan Couve was shot on the first ANZAC Day, his brother Tom Couve died within a few weeks there too. Promising footballers & by all account fine young men, . Images
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Declassified 7h
Remembrance Story 2 - George Edwin Ellison - Born in York - joined 1914 - 5th Royal Irish Lancers - Fought at the battles of Mons, Ypres, Armentières, La Bassée, Loos and Camb - Was the last soldier to die during the conflict just 90 minutes before armistice
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Peter 6h
RT ADF_MiddleEast "At sunset on 21 October 2018 we honoured Corporal Scott Smith, marking the 6th anniversary of his death while serving on operations in the Middle East. "
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Matt Hatch 8h
Remembrance Sunday never has and never will be about ‘glorifying’ war. It is about remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country and peace worldwide. Reflection sorely needed.
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Colin Cooke 20h
Remembering the lost generation who were killed as a spoil heap slid down the mountain 52 years ago
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