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Funny story: World War One's Greatest Weapon

World War One's Greatest Weapon

World War One was a conflict. It featured some of the greatest weapons ever invented, including the first usage of the aeroplane, the tank and the machine gun in a major war. However, there is one weapon that was used during WW1 which has been largely overlooked, but which probably affected the outcome more than any other. It is of course, the inflatable toilet catapult. Inflatable toilets w...
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Funny story: Fred Jakes' World War One poetry to be celebrated

Fred Jakes' World War One poetry to be celebrated

Perhaps the most famous of the poets of World War One, Fred Jakes, is to be celebrated in a special service in the Somme this weekend. Jakes died there just seconds after the 1918 ceasefire which signalled the end of the war, from a bullet wound he had sustained a few minutes earlier. Jakes was a serving private in the trenches of the Western Front, where he wrote many of his best poems. Many o...
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Funny story: World War I commemorations "will be over by Christmas"

World War I commemorations "will be over by Christmas"

Official commemorations for the centenary of the beginning of World War I are being held this weekend in Sarajevo, with a re-enactment of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Following that, large-scale memorial events will be held in B...
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Funny story: The First World War reenacted - with taxidermy

The First World War reenacted - with taxidermy

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. It is a solemn occasion to remember a dark chapter in human history, which led to the deaths of 20 million people, over half of them civilians. To commemorate the event, Dorking's premier taxidermist Robin Stuffing has created a life-size replica of the trenches of the Western Front. The roles of soldiers and officer...
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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: Most schoolchildren completely ignorant about the First World War

Most schoolchildren completely ignorant about the First World War

In a survey specially held for Remembrance Sunday, a thousand British schoolchildren were tested on their knowledge of the First World War. The results were shocking. When asked who the main participants were in the war, 62% correctly identified B...
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Funny story: The brave buttocks of World War One

The brave buttocks of World War One

In the early 1900s there was an arms race throughout Europe - or to be more precise, a buttock race. Countries vied with each other to produce armies of men with the finest pertest buttocks. New photographic magazines such as the British "Cheek" and "Rump" and their German counterparts "Das Ass" and "Teutonic Tushy" glorified the best bums their countries had to offer. Perhaps it was inevitable th...
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Funny story: Great War Misery Forces Local Woman To Change Name

Great War Misery Forces Local Woman To Change Name

A local woman has changed her name by deed poll after suffering years of abuse. The previously-named Ms Gavrilo Princip, of Trafalgar Close, first realised something was wrong when she was about 15 years old. "We were doing the causes of the Fi...
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Funny story: Body of WW1 Veteran Found in Dorking

Body of WW1 Veteran Found in Dorking

Police have revealed that the body of a first World-War soldier was discovered in a Dorking flat last Tuesday. It appears that the corpse had remained un-noticed underneath a bed within the flat for up to two years before being discovered. Dork...
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Funny story: Remembrance Sunday - History Student's Discovery

Remembrance Sunday - History Student's Discovery

A history student at one our top universities has made a vital discovery about the Festival of Remembrance. Daryl Cocktailglass studies at the University of Thames Valley East, and is in the third year of his history degree. He said: "I saw all...
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Funny story: Remembrance Day Nothing To Do With Me Says Amnesiac

Remembrance Day Nothing To Do With Me Says Amnesiac

The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London, England - Hardened Glaswegian alcoholic and homeless person Mr Fergus McDipstick today launched an astonishing assault on members of the International Press Corps. McDipstick challenged assembled press notaries tha...
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Funny story: Remembrance Service Abandoned As Crowd Forgets What It Was Supposed To Remember

Remembrance Service Abandoned As Crowd Forgets What It Was Supposed To Remember

A Remembrance Service in the Midlands, to commemorate the dead of the First World War and token other conflicts, had to be abandoned today when the massed ranks of worshippers forget what they were supposed to be remembering. As most people will k...
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Funny story: Al Gore to Play Hermann Goering in Remake of "The Blue Max"!

Al Gore to Play Hermann Goering in Remake of "The Blue Max"!

Stuttgart, Germany/ Aviation Times - In a stunning reprisal of life imitating art, Democrat Actor Al Gore will be playing the rotund Hermann Goering in the remake of the WWI flying epic "The Blue Max". He will also be portraying a "flak balloon" in...
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Funny story: New Evidence Indicates Who Shot Down the Red Baron

New Evidence Indicates Who Shot Down the Red Baron

Berlin Germany, Der Spiegel Magazine (Translated): There has been much speculation in the United Kingdom and the United States in recent years as to how Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen, aka, "The Red Baron" met his fate during WWI. New evidence has surfaced about this incident. "The Red Baron" was the most successful flying ace of World War I, being officially credited with 80 confir...
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Funny story: Belgium Boots Ambassador

Belgium Boots Ambassador

In the long history of the Nation of Belgium a high point had always been considered the Belgian resistance to the Germans in World War 1.
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