Ninety-fifth Anniversary of the Sinking of the RMS Lusitania

On Sunday, 9 May 2010, a memorial ceremony was held in Cobh, County Cork (formerly...

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Armed Forces Casualties of 2009 Remembered

The names of the 119 men and women added to the Armed Forces Memorial represents...

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RAF Museum Announces Plans For a Battle of Britain Beacon

On 13 May 2010, the RAF Museum at Hendon declared its intention to build an...

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Laurentic Cannon Goes On Display

The RMS Laurentic was a 15,000-ton White Star liner converted into an auxiliary merchant cruiser...

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George Crosses Awarded For Gallantry in Afghanistan

Two members of the Royal Logistic Corps, honoured for their work in disarming improvised explosive...

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Sacred Artefact Takes ‘Big’ Trip to Final Resting Place

A Second World War veteran plans to return a religious artefact he salvaged from the...

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One of the British Army’s First VCs is to be Auctioned

The VC, awarded to Sergeant John Knox, was one of seven earned on 20 September...

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New Wings Musum Opens its Doors

The Wings Museum, which is devoted to the aviation history of the Second World War,...

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Basra Memorial Wall Rededicated

The Basra Memorial Wall was rededicated in a poignant service at its new home in...

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Seventy-Five of the Soldiers Buried at Fromelles are Identified

It was announced on 17 March 2010, that the identities of seventy-five Commonwealth soldiers killed...

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