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Red ceramic poppies fill the moat of the Tower of London to commemorate every British or Commonwealth soldier killed during the war.

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Camelot: discovering the legend of King Arthur around Britain

King Arthur's Stone, Slaughter Bridge, Tintagel and Camelford, Cornwall, England (c.5 A.D.) The village of Slaughter Bridge is thought to be the location of Camlann, the site of Arthur's final battle, according to Geoffrey of Monmouth.

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Miss Me But Let Me Go- the poem gran had chosen for her funeral. Gets me every…

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from BuzzFeed

Holocaust Memorials Around The World

Shoes on the Danube Bank, Budapest | Holocaust Memorials Around The World - BuzzFeed News

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Thiepval Memorial – The Somme, France Strange today watching the Remembrance Ceremony at the Cenotaph, London that Commonwealth Countries which did not take part in World War I or II lay wreaths but the sacrifice of Irish soldiers is not represented. In World War I it is estimated of the 700,000 British military deaths 50,000 were Irish. Unlike in Britain, there was never conscription in Ireland so every Irish soldier was a volunteer.

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Trooper Bert Main and Songster (the oldest horse to serve in WW1) in France 1915. Photo © Loughborough Carillon Tower and War Memorial Museum (This image is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC SA)

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Agatha Christie Memorial London - The memorial by Ben Twiston-Davies is cleverly designed in the shape of a book reflecting her status as one of the world's best selling authors.

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from Mail Online

The Olympic city... at dawn: Golden images of the Houses of Parliament and London's other great landmarks bathed in morning sun

Royal Albert Hall and Memorial, London #RePin by AT Social Media Marketing - Pinterest Marketing Specialists ATSocialMedia.co.uk

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from Mail Online

Forgotten Heroes: A million horses were sent to fight in the Great War - only 62,000 came back

Forgotten Heroes: A million horses were sent to fight in the Great War - only 62,000 came back | Mail Online

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