Desert Taxis and Firing Squads..
..so as he went passed his plough flicked this to the surface next to our kids foot.
A close up of said shell.
One final one I promise. He may have only been 18 but Oliver left behind his sweetheart, Annie Lawton.
he is remembered on the memorial at St, Andrews Church in Blackburn.
Oliver today lies at rest in Bagneux British Cemetery. If anyone is passing it would be nice to get a grave photo.
..As shown here. Oliver is sat in the front row holding the ball. I love this photo #WW1
Captain Richard Willis VC. Great 'tache.
Photo from the old LF's museum at Wellington Barracks, the 50th anniversary dinner in 1965.
Gallipoli Day 1928 veterans.
How many of these boys were still alive at the end of the day?
Lancashire lads waiting to go ashore.
Here's my new friend I met today. Paralympic cyclist Jody Cundy...
Sure there is going to be a debate about a memorial to the memory of Thatcher. That's fair enough. Here's mine.
Looking forward to when this is released in the Autumn. #WW1
If I scrape together enough dosh this is one of the roads I'll be cycling the retreat on in 2014 #BEF #cobbletastic
Transcription and live sport at the same time.
Reading this at the moment. It's superb. Moving foreword by @TonyParsonsUK #commandos #WW2
@stockotrader @inthatrichearth @charlotte_m_z @sommecourt Look what happened to him.
Doing little else today except reading this. It's been bloody good so far.
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