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Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day are a time to reflect on the ways in which people’s lives have been shaped by war. As well as paying tribute to those who died, Lives of the First World War remembers those who survived their … Continue reading
Happy New Year to all our all our Supporters, Members and Friends! 2014 was a very successful year for Lives of the First World War, with more than 59,000 Members contributing amazing facts, images and stories to the 6.9 million … Continue reading
Next week marks 100 years since the famous Christmas Truce of December 1914. In various places along the Western Front, the soldiers of Britain and her allies and German forces met in no man’s land and exchanged gifts, took photographs … Continue reading
Every Friday from 12pm we’ve been asking you to share the incredible discoveries you’ve made using Lives of the First World War on our Facebook page. This week we take a look at one of the amazing discoveries Debbie Cameron … Continue reading