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One hundred years ago the war to end all wars began on 4th August 1914. The Great War as we all know had its roots in the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand. (Pictured). Archduke Franz Ferdinand

Within a few weeks Britain decided that the defence of Belgium’s sovereignty, when Germany crossed their borders to gain access to France, was a cause worth fighting for. For the next four years hundreds of thousands of men lost their lives, on all sides of the divide.

The Great War is a significant event in human history. This special page will contain entries that commemorate their sacrifices, and other links to websites about the World War I. This page will have links that provide information about the war and will be updated regularly.


Please post any comments/thoughts you want to make on this page. Your contributions will be welcome.


The Australian’s Remember Gallipoli – 25th April 2015

Anzac Bugler at Gallipoli
The Australian’s celebrated their involvement Commemorating 100 Years of ANZAC spiritat Gallipoli in April 2015. The link here will give you more insight into why they celebrate this famous battle of the First World War.
A Fiasco That Forged A Legend – Australians and Gallipoli


100th Anniversary Remembrance Day Parade and Service – 2014

Royal Navy Guard at the Cenotaph
On Sunday 9 November 2014 the annual Cenotaph with vintage car driving byRemembrance Day Parade was held at the Cenotaph, Whitehall, London. Photographs and videos of the service can be seen here through the bbc.co.uk website via this link… Remembrance Sunday 2014


The Ceramic Poppies Gallery At The Tower of London – Autumn 2014

Photographs Of The Ceramic Poppies At The Tower of London

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