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The Storms of War - Hampshire, France - Kate Williams

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An epic saga of one family’s fortunes across the miles during the Great War and its impact on those who went and those who stayed behind. 833 more words

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Try faith

Try faith

James 1
Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.

Faith that has not been tested cannot be trusted

1. Faith opportunity-your trial has opened the opportunity for God to work. 213 more words

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Happy #WorldToiletDay to all the loos that I've spent the best years of my life sat on #Crohns #wecantwait

Nothing has felt like it has saved my life more times than a toilet. I’ve cried, screamed and had panic attacks looking for a restroom in stadiums, nightclubs, court rooms and shopping centres. 922 more words

Ulcerative Colitis

Captain Arthur Forbes Gordon Kilby VC

The family of Captain Kilby reveal an insight into the life of the Cheltenham VC winning Captain, who died at Loos in 1915.

Local Service Men And Women

Teenage Tommies

yesterday evening (tuesday 11th), 9.00-10.00pm, on bbc 2
teenage tommies (presented by fergal keane) tells the story of 5 teenage british soldiers, including east ender abraham (aby) bevistein (aka harris), G/1799 Private, Middlesex Regiment, born 1898 in poland, who was shot for desertion in march 1916… 175 more words

7. Wilkinson I, by F. H. Geake

At the battle of Loos, I was in charge of a section of about 30 to 40 men. There were, I think, 10 such sections in a company, but as our organisation changed from time to time, I am not certain of this. 698 more words