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|ChrisofWessex||Report||6 Aug 2011 13:20|
I shall post this as well on genealogy chat. Just received my IOM magazine and a case history is being done on people from the IOM during WW1, both on those who survived and those who did not, those adversely affected by the war as well as those who benefitted from it.