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Army hero: My pride at council vote for aid to ve...
Army hero: My pride at council vote for aid to veterans
winner Doug Beattie led the initiative at Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Council which was passed without dissent yesterday An...
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Lieutenant Norman Poole: The first Allied soldier...
Poole's mission was to deceive the enemy. All around him and his party of six, and another similar group under Lieutenant Frederick "Chick" Fowles that followed, there drifted down in the light of a...
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Major Grahame Vivian
Grahame Vivian in full mess kit at a ball in London in 1945 John Edgar Grahame Vivian was born on October 28 1919 at Camborne, Cornwall, and educated at Repton, Derbyshire, where he excelled at...
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Kent soldiers take on gruelling American 3,000 mi...
Kent soldiers take on gruelling American 3,000 mile bike ride in aid of fallen comradeThe Ride to Recovery cyclists The 12 cyclists have been drawn mainly from the Princess of Wales’ Royal...
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Was this the First World War's bravest soldier?
Was this the First World War's bravest soldier? HE was awarded the Victoria Cross – yet according to those who knew him Albert Jacka’s incredible battlefield exploits should have won him the medal...
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Just what the doctors ordered
High St's association with the medical profession dates back to at least the 1880s, when the Mornington cable car started running and some impressive new houses were built along its route. In 1920...
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'I wanted like the very devil to kiss you' - Erro...
They’re the red-hot letters written by a Hollywood screen legend who had fallen in love with a Midland lady. Errol Flynn was appearing at the Birmingham Rep theatre when he began a relationship with...
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The Last Post: Marking a milestone for the daily ...
Every evening come rain, hail or shine, the evocative Last Post echoes beneath the mighty arch of the Menin Gate Memorial in Flanders. Andy Smart marks a milestone for the ceremony. Twenty-three men...
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Norman Poole: First British solider to land in Fr...
The former SAS paratrooper was described by his family as “a joyful man who was full of life” – and only a handful of his closest relatives knew anything about his time behind enemy lines. His...
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GG to visit Wallendbeen
A century after his predecessor inspected Australian troops on their way to the First World War, the Governor General will once again visit Wallendbeen to take the salute. Wallendbeen welcomes the...
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D-Day hero dies aged 95: First Briton parachuted ...
D-Day hero dies aged 95: First Briton parachuted into France ahead of invasion force THE first British soldier to set foot in occupied France on D-Day has died, aged 95. Lieutenant Norman Poole was...
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Errol Flynn's love letters to his 'Maid Marion' s...
Flynn was a member of Birmingham Rep when he met Miss Bickham - just one year before he married his first wife, French actress Lili Damita in 1935. A collection of never-before-seen love letters...
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Asian lots top Sheppard’s bill again
Asian lots top Sheppard’s bill again Chinese Qing period vases sell for €60,000 – 50 times the top estimate Medals awarded to Cork priest Fr (later Archdeacon) Tom Duggan, who had served as a...
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Trinity College Dublin
Squadron building named
GARRISON PETAWAWA - Linking a proud past to a challenging future, the home of 450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron has been named after a pioneer in Canadian military aviation. On Friday, the facility...
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Mobe encryption guru Charles Brookson picks up OB...
Charles Brookson – the man behind the encryption algorithms in GSM mobile networks – has collected his OBE from the Queen. Brookson led the team that produced the A5/1, A5/3 and A5/2 algorithms used...
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Parents beam with pride as son carries Armed Forc...
As crowds lined the streets on Monday (June, 22), Lieutenant Richard Smith, 30, was given the honour of transporting the flag by RIB (rigid-inflatable boat) along the River Wey. "It was such a proud...
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