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July 27th 1916

Whilst we have learnt much from the newspapers about the ‘Big Push’ on the Somme, it is not the same as hearing from someone in the thick of things. 1,095 more words

July 20th 1916

The length of the lists of those who have become casualties in the newspaper this morning is truly horrifying, and now we have heard that… 290 more words

Tuesday 31st May 2016

Papers Reviewed: The Sun, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Times

The Sun

Topic of article: Entertainment; Royal Family

Headline: Jolly hockey strips

Authors: Chris Pollard (News Reporter) 1,283 more words

May 7th 1916

Major William Esson (Royal Marines Light Infantry) 

Lieut-Commander Lance Freyberg (RN)

On 27th April 1916, off the port of Malta, HMS Russell struck two mines laid by a German U-boat and sank. 319 more words

Work Experience Reflection

For my Work Experience module my main aim was to gain as much experience in different jobs available within the field of ceramics, which is why I decided to undertake 4 different placements.   629 more words


August 25th 1915

We have further news of the recent developments on the Gallipoli Front, where some twenty Old Boys of the OPS are currently serving.

Unfortunately, it seems that the troops who landed at… 622 more words