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Commemorating the Sacrifices of Members of the Armed Forces.

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On the 12th of August it will be 67 years since the battle of the Falaise pocket which saw the destruction of most of Germany's army west of the river Siene...

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Created on 9th August 2011 13:16pm by Jamie Stuart | 0 Comments
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The Battle of Lone Pine was a diversionary attack used to detract attention away from landings occuring that day at Sulva Bay...

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Created on 5th August 2011 15:02pm by Sara Dryden | 0 Comments
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68 years ago one of the most impressive air raids of World War II was conducted...

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Created on 1st August 2011 11:15am by Sara Dryden | 0 Comments
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After D-Day the 101st Airbourne division fought some of the most important battles in ensuring the sucess of the Normandy landings in Saint Côme-du-Mont and Carentan...

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Created on 23rd June 2011 10:34am by Jamie Stuart | 0 Comments
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Today we remember the soliders we lost in Normandy...

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Created on 6th June 2011 11:44am by Jamie Stuart | 0 Comments
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During the First World War Canadian forces played a big part in fighting for our freedom...

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Created on 25th May 2011 12:26pm by Jamie Stuart | 0 Comments
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For the first time a memorial for the cockleshel heroes will be made in France which is available to the public...

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Created on 31st March 2011 16:01pm by Sara Dryden | 0 Comments
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Canadian and British forces recaptured Vimy Ridge, a significant vantage point in 4 days after it had been under German control for almost 3 years...

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Created on 28th March 2011 12:04pm by Sara Dryden | 0 Comments
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Battlefields Tours commemorates the sacrifices made by the thousands of ANZACs who served during the World Wars and other battles...

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Created on 11th January 2011 16:28pm by Jamie Stuart | 0 Comments
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In an attempt to seize Antwerp and cut off the Allies' railway supply route Germany attacked the Allied front lines penetrating deep into Belgium creating a "Bulge", thus the battle was named the Battle of the Bulge...

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Created on 15th December 2010 16:58pm by Sara Dryden | 0 Comments
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