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2015/03/24 19:23
2015/03/24 19:23
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Lucy Mary Perkins died in August 1954 in her 90th year. During her marriage she gave birth to seven sons and seven daughters. Lucy was an army wife, her husband Colour Sergeant 10451 Thomas Perkins...
2015/03/24 19:23
2015/03/24 19:23
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2015/03/24 19:12
2015/03/24 19:12
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Frank Archibald, the Chatham man who won the Military Cross for bravery during the Second World War and was personally presented with that recognition at Buckingham Palace by King George VI, has...
2015/03/24 18:47
2015/03/24 18:47
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A daredevil gran who was Britain’s second oldest person has died, aged 111. Annie Meston was a week away from becoming the longest-living person ever to have been born in her home county of Devon...
2015/03/24 17:22
2015/03/24 17:22
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Dipso was a popular race winner, a famous racehorse from around 1912 in Dubbo and surrounding towns in Western NSW. Dipso was a popular race winner, a famous racehorse from around 1912 in Dubbo and...
2015/03/23 18:18
2015/03/23 18:18
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THE medals belonging to one of Ipswich Grammar School's most decorated First World War veterans have been lovingly restored in time for the this year's Gallipoli milestone. Members of the Military...
2015/03/22 21:17
2015/03/22 21:17
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WHEN a fresh-faced 19-year-old Ipswich lad sat in the trenches of Gallipoli and carved into the back of an Anzac biscuit, he couldn't have realised he was creating a treasured artefact. That tough...
2015/03/22 00:45
2015/03/22 00:45
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Dani Garavelli: Operation Bergen-Belsen A picture of Anne Frank in front of the memorial stone for her and her sister Margot. Picture: Getty MAJOR-General James Johnston was commanding the 32nd...
2015/03/16 17:55
2015/03/16 17:55
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I would like to see the contribution made by clergymen during World War 1 to be included in the commemorations of the centenary of the Gallipoli landings. I would like to see the contribution made by...
2015/03/15 00:51
2015/03/15 00:51
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The Queen with members of the Gurkha Army The Gurkhas, who will celebrate their 200-year anniversary for service to the Crown this summer, will be targeted as part of further defence cost-cutting...
2015/03/14 09:09
2015/03/14 09:09
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The 9th Duke of Wellington became so this New Year’s Eve, when his father, Arthur Valerian Wellesley, passed awayat the family’s Stratfield Saye estate in Hampshire, at the age of 99. He has not given...
2015/03/14 01:47
2015/03/14 01:47
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The incredible heroism of a Boy’s Own hero which a Daily Mirror front page hailed as "one of the most remarkable stories" of the First World War is set to be relived at auction next week. Courageous...
2015/03/13 17:42
2015/03/13 17:42
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The Archbishop of Canterbury has honoured Britain's Armed Forces who fought and died in Afghanistan, publicly thanking them during a service held in their memory. The end of the 13-year conflict was...
2015/03/13 13:13
2015/03/13 13:13
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In an emotional tribute to mark the end of the 13-year campaign, she led a national service of commemoration, reflection and remembrance at St Paul’s Cathedral to honour veterans and remember the 453...
2015/03/12 22:23
2015/03/12 22:23
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It was a conflict as bloody as any seen before or since, and in which almost 100,000 British troops fought, yet the Korean War is still considered by many veterans as the war Britain has...
2015/03/12 15:39
2015/03/12 15:39
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All you need to know about Harry Daniels - the first Norfolk man to win a Victoria CrossHarry Daniel VC at the height of his local celebrity Some of the memories are a little indistinct, clouded by...
2015/03/12 11:24
2015/03/12 11:24
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Oliver Frederick Stanley was MP for Westmorland (1924-45). He served with the Royal Artillery during the First World War; he was wounded twice and won the Military Cross in 1917. Between January and...
2015/03/11 19:11
2015/03/11 19:11
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HE WAS known to the men he served with as "Fighting Mac", but this Salvation Army chaplain from Bundaberg was beloved by his men. William McKenzie was born in a thatched cottage in Scotland in...
2015/03/11 03:55
2015/03/11 03:55
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Like their father Geoffrey Leslie, who landed on Gallipoli with the very first wave of Australian soldiers 100 years ago, the three Leslie 'girls' grip fast to life and their father's memory. Like...
2015/03/10 12:52
2015/03/10 12:52
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Nasser holds a photograph of Bal Bahadur of the 59th Scinde Rifles who became one of 4,200 casualtie He held up a photograph of Bal Bahadur of the 59th Scinde Rifles who became one of 4,200 Indian...
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2015/03/09 20:28
2015/03/09 20:28
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The former head of the British armed forces, Lord Bramall, has spoken of his bafflement as to why detectives from Operation Midland searched his home last week as part of their investigation into a...
2015/03/24 19:23
2015/03/24 19:23
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