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During WW2 my grandparents had an Anderson shelter in their back garden.  Years after the war it was still there, being used as a garden shed.

During WW2 my grandparents had an Anderson shelter in their back garden. Years after the war it was still there, being used as a garden shed.

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WW1 Display - Over the Line by Tom Palmer

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Flanders Field - I will remember! - Sober Julie

On December 8, 1915 Punch in England ran a piece titled “Flanders Field”. This memorable poem was written by Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae, a Canadian from Guelph, Ontario. 40-year-old McCrae was more than a poet, in fact he was a doctor, soldier, author and artist. On August 4, 1914 Britain declared war on Germany and Canada’s involvement...

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