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First World War centenary: Share your stories

PUBLISHED: 12:28 09 March 2015 | UPDATED: 12:28 09 March 2015

File photo dated 01/11/1915 of a British soldier paying his respects at the grave of a colleague near Cape Helles, where the Gallipoli landings took place. [Picture: PA]

File photo dated 01/11/1915 of a British soldier paying his respects at the grave of a colleague near Cape Helles, where the Gallipoli landings took place. [Picture: PA]

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Commemorations for the centenary of the First World War continue this year and the Recorder would love to hear your stories.

Did your ancestor fight in Gallipoli in April 1915? Or serve when the British Army first used poison gas, at the Battle of Loos in September 1915?

Share your stories with Beth Wyatt by emailing bethany.wyatt@archant.co.uk or calling 020 8477 3988.

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