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  • UCL History Department

    First world war diaries go online - Dr Clare Makepeace comments in The Guardian http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/jan/14/first-world-war-diaries-online

  • Doug Banks

    Battle of Pilckem Ridge. Stretcher bearers struggle in mud up to their knees to carry a wounded man to safety near Boesinghe, 1 August 1917.

  • Linda Hutton

    WW1 diary shared

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