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#PhotoOfTheDay – Indian artillerymen playing cards, 11 June 1918: http://t.co/3iNCq9dhLW #WW1
10 months ago from HootSuite
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Surgeon A Blunt served in the Royal Navy. Can you find out more about him for Faces of #WW1? http://t.co/IVWw20DWl8
10 months ago from HootSuite
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A photo of Private George Alexander has just been added to Faces of #WW1: http://t.co/7LHdiW83VW
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#PhotoOfTheDay – British troops with a captured German field gun near Wytschaete, 10 June 1917: http://t.co/Sbt9zDeCFE #WW1
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#WW1 Centenary commemoration plans announced by UK Government - read more: http://t.co/6J8pw8CqhE
10 months ago from HootSuite
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Just added to Faces of #WW1, a photo of Lance Corporal Willie Bolton, who died #OnThisDay 7 June 1917: http://t.co/1VQYjtN76K
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#WW1 Centenary projects in Slough & Grimsby given HLF funding – find out more: http://t.co/J1K4lfTAss
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#PhotoOfTheDay – German prisoners captured in the #WW1 Battle of Messines Ridge: http://t.co/OtVHc5accS
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#OnThisDay 1917 – Battle of Messines. After the explosion of 19 huge mines, Allied troops seized the Messines Ridge south of Ypres. #WW1
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#OnThisDay 1916, Fort Vaux captured at Verdun by the Germans. Read more about the #WW1 Battle of Verdun: http://t.co/IALRItlVpS
10 months ago from HootSuite
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Very little is known about today’s Face of #WW1 Midshipman N Adams – see what more you can dig up about him: http://t.co/acYDMzkz5s
10 months ago from HootSuite
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Hear from women stationed on Western Front in the latest #WW1 Podcast: Women’s war services: http://t.co/GS8tZQjmOa Also available on iTunes
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#PhotoOfTheDay – Women ambulance drivers waiting to see Queen Mary, Etaples, 6 June 1917: http://t.co/q3xcVC5mzC #WW1
10 months ago from HootSuite
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The IWM #WW1 Centenary Partnership now has over 1,000 members from 26 countries – read more: http://t.co/4p8km1W240
10 months ago from HootSuite
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Capt R Bodley MC served with King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Can you find out which battalion he was in for Faces of #WW1? http://t.co/jFL5mO6L8m
10 months ago from HootSuite
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…This #WW1 matchbox holder commemorates Kitchener’s life & achievements: http://t.co/Y8Is4WX2Gz
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#OnThisDay 1916, British Secretary of State for War, Field Marshal Lord Kitchener, was drowned when HMS Hampshire struck a mine & sank #WW1
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#PhotoOfTheDay – Australian troops resting in a trench shelter at Fleurbaix during June 1916: http://t.co/JJJkyDci4B #WW1
10 months ago from HootSuite
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Lt Arthur Airy died on 11 Jan 1915 at Cuinchy, France. Can you find out where he was from for Faces of #WW1? http://t.co/lMyRWtsL8T
10 months ago from HootSuite
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#OnThisDay 1916, Brusilov Offensive launched by Russian forces on Eastern Front. Photo, General Brusilov: http://t.co/vuXtGAQ5tG #WW1
10 months ago from HootSuite
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