If you want to find out what soldiers really thought about the situation in which they found themselves, then their diaries are surely the best place to start
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Since 1829, the annual Boat Race has seen the top rowing crews from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge battle it out over four lung-bursting miles on the River Thames
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As dawn broke on 1 July 1916, the curtain rose on one of the most furious periods of bloodletting of the entire war
How much do you know about this iconic Tudor building? 
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A new survey reveals some alarming statistics about how little people in Britain know about World War I
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It could easily have been a fatal shot but not only did he survive, he kept fighting until victory was assured
Signatories of the Armistice treaty, November 1918. (OFF/AFP/Getty Images)
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The Armistice ending the First World War was signed not in a royal palace or grand government building, but in a railway carriage in the middle of a forest. History Revealed magazine investigates...
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