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Jews, Nuns and Soldiers

Green, peaceful and quiet, more like a park than a burial ground, the old graveyard in Offenburg is a beautiful place to spend time in, it gives you space to think and there is a lot to see and think about on the old Waldbach-Friedhof. 302 more words


"I hope before you get this that the relief of Kut will be history!"

A soldier friend of Ralph Glyn’s had been asked to tracks down where Ralph’s fallen cousin Ivar might be buried in Mesopotamia.

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News From The Front: The Grim Reality Of War

24th March 1919

At eight o’clock next morning we were loaded up and starting on our way…the Foret de Thiescourt, through which we passed, was very interesting. All this part had so recently been occupied by the Germans.

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Olive Edis

3 Belgian cities in 3 sunny days

A whistle stop tour of Bruges, Ypres and Antwerp …

My latest mini break saw Adam and I pack into my car and head down south to Belgium. 838 more words

Donation of the Month: Rifleman Edmund Kaye

Back in October last year we were contacted by Mr. Bernard Kaye who requested information on how to donate documents and photographs relating to his grandfather, Rifleman Edmund Kaye (from Radcliffe) who was killed in action during World War One. 485 more words

Archive Collections

A brave lad who was glad to lay down his life

Earley said goodbye to one of its brave young recruits:

In Memoriam

We record with great regret the death of Private William David Stevens, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Stevens well known to all of us. 209 more words

Life On The Home Front