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Happy New Year to all our Supporters, Members and Friends! We need your help in 2016 to continue to remember the toil and sacrifice of men and women from across the British Empire and Commonwealth during the First World War. … Continue reading
21 September is the International Day of Peace, which pays tribute to those who strive for peace around the world – even in the midst of conflict. The most famous instance of this in the First World War was the Christmas … Continue reading
12 May 2015 marks a year since Lives of the First World War was launched. It has been an incredibly successful first year, with more than 67,000 Members contributing amazing facts, evocative images and powerful stories to over 7.6 million … 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
On 4 August 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 from … Continue reading