[blogs] WW1: Experiences of an English Soldier — a blog posting letters in real-time (ninety years after they were written) from a English Soldier in World War I to his family … ‘Three days after, we were called up the line again of course I went this time. We had to go to the front line were it was on the Menin Road no doubt you have heard about it. We were there for three days it was awful the shelling day and night.’
World War 1 Blog – Real-Time Letters from an English Soldier
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Here You have WWII photos of Warsaw http://anglopolish.com/index.php/archive/2-history/173-marszakowska-street-before-and-during-the-wwii
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