Author Archives: Matthew Fidler

Trouble-Free Latin Women Dating Programs Across The Uk

10 Great Tips to Meet Solitary People Certain deliver a few space? I need to find by myself. These are the words you wind up with the moment women want to end their relationship. Sometimes, finding your way through your … Continue reading

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How to Write a Comparative Essay

How to Write a Comparative Essay A ccording to https://www.nerdywriters.co.uk comparison and contrast essay is a form of writing that requires you to discuss elements of subjects that are similar and those that are different and analyze them. To learn … Continue reading

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How to make an essay

Grade 5 students have already learned how to connect sentences into a paragraph and an essay as well. Therefore, the main focus is on their writing and critical thinking skills. A good 5th-grade essay has minimal grammar and spelling mistakes. … Continue reading

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The Great War: The People’s Story

Did you catch the ITV series The Great War: The People’s Story? Find out more about some of the life stories that featured in the documentary. Alan Lloyd Alan was born in Birmingham in 1889. His parents were John and … Continue reading

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Who I’m Remembering: Lucy Donoghue

On 4 August 2014 Prince Harry lead a moving tribute to those who served on the home and fighting fronts during the First World War, held in St Symphorien  military cemetery. During the Ceremony he read out a moving letter … Continue reading

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Who I’m remembering: Anthony Richards

Who will you be remembering on Lives of the First World War? IWM’s Anthony Richards shares who he’ll be remembering: Private Michael H Tidmarsh. On 4 August I will be remembering my great-uncle, Private Michael H Tidmarsh (known as ‘Harry’), … Continue reading

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Who I’m remembering: Melanie Donnelly

Who will you be remembering on Lives of the First World War? Our very own Melanie Donnelly shares the story of what sparked her interest in her First World War family history, and who she’ll be remembering. Fragments from the … Continue reading

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Letters of the First World War: last letters home

For many who saw friends and family go off to serve in uniform during the First World War there was always the lingering fear that any correspondence received from the front might be the last they heard from their loved … Continue reading

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First World War Footballers: Joseph Dines

This post looks at the life of Joseph Dines, who played for England in the 1912 Summer Olympics and served in the Machine Gun Corps and King’s Liverpool Regiment during the First World War. air max 95 cheap Joseph Dines, soldier … Continue reading

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Researching the stories behind From Street to Trench

In our first guest blog, IWM’s Charlotte Czyzyk writes about researching the life stories behind the From Street to Trench exhibition. I worked as a Researcher on the special exhibition From Street to Trench: A World War that Shaped a Region, which … Continue reading

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