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Trench construction in World War I

Originally posted on Diana Overbey:
When people think of World War I, one of the first images that comes to mind is the trench.  Here’s a look into how these major features were constructed, as well as their impact on…

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WW1 dead to be reburied 100 years on

A raibh dheis de ar a anim. WW1 dead to be reburied 100 years on http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-26568666

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‘A bed to lie o…

‘A bed to lie on, and enough food to keep life in us to enable us to work, is all any of us should think of now.’ When Terence MacSwiney was attempting to keep the Irish Volunteers out of the … Continue reading

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