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Funny story: Tarts of the Somme

Tarts of the Somme

Ever since the dull Wilfred Owen wrote his famous poem, "Prossies lose decorum if", there has been a fascination with the ladies of the night who frequented the trenches of the Western Front during World War One. They struggled with great hardship in sticky times. The Front was harsh, lonely and felt like the very bottom of the world. Most poor soldiers were therefore very pleased to have a lad...
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Funny story: Michael Gove to star as "Chinless wonder" general in WW1 episode remake

Michael Gove to star as "Chinless wonder" general in WW1 episode remake

"You're doing it wrong" expert Michael Gove is to give young people a sense of patriotism and a correct outlook on WW1 history in a new remake of the final trench "over the top" episode of Black Adder. The episode will charter the life of ordinary pe...
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Funny story: Last World War One Trench Fighter Passes Away

Last World War One Trench Fighter Passes Away

It is with great regret that we report the passing of Harry Patch, aged 111, the last known man alive to have suffered the rigours of battle in the trenches of World War 1 Harry Patch, of Coombe Down near Bath, England, fought in the battle of Pas...
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