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Remembrance Day
November 12, 2014
Young adults have a complex view of just war
November 11, 2014
Although we may have not have a truly Christian Remembrance Sunday, it doesn't mean the ceremony lacks religious significance.
July 31, 2014
On at least 44 days more than 100 Irishmen were killed during the Great War, but they are only now being recognised
November 11, 2011
Nick Dunne visits a humble roadside shrine near the trenches of Passchendaele built to house an extraordinary image of Christ crucified
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