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relatives lost in first world war
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|Eric||Report||20 Nov 2014 20:59|
i posted on here as it was 100 year anniversary of the cease fire.i never asked for help but to my suprise all information on both uncles was provided by the kind people on this site and a bonus on a uncle who survived and we never even knew he had served as he never spoke of it. many thanks to you all chinny