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#onthisday 26 May 1915 Lt. Robert Chalmers, son of the 1st Baron Chalmers, died at Festubert #WW1

26/05/2015 11:02

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#onthisday 25 May 1915 2nd Lt. Basil Moon, son of Sir Ernest Moon, Counsel to the Speaker of the House of Commons, died at Festubert #WW1

25/05/2015 11:02

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#Herbert's experience at Gallipoli was to convince him of the need for peace and of the futility of war #WW1 #parlstories

24/05/2015 14:15

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In his diary, #Herbert wrote "I was afraid something might go wrong, but it went off all right" #WW1 #parlstories

24/05/2015 14:05

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A truce was finally held to bury the bodies in Gallipoli on 24th May 1915, weeks after #Herbert's calls #WW1 #parlstories

24/05/2015 14:02

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#onthisday 24 May 1915 2nd Lt. Hastings Fortescue Boles, son of Lieut-Colonel Sir Dennis F Boles MP for Taunton, died at Bailleul #WW1

24/05/2015 11:01

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#onthisday 22 May 1915 Lt. Arthur George Coke, son of the 3rd Earl of Leicester of Holkham, died at Gallipoli #WW1

22/05/2015 11:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 House of Commons discussed anti-German riots #WW1 http://t.co/VPLgFrUIRd

19/05/2015 23:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 House of Commons discussed food supply in #WW1 http://t.co/2pabGEbuIX

19/05/2015 22:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 House of Commons debated compulsory service #WW1 http://t.co/ZNWsWFoFx5

19/05/2015 21:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 Prime Minister Asquith and Bonar Law discussed a coalition government #WW1 http://t.co/z2SpOJQcF4

19/05/2015 20:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 House of Commons discussed potential for a Zulu regiment #WW1 http://t.co/7ChO3BdzrF

19/05/2015 19:31

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 House of Commons discussed optical glasses for forces #WW1 http://t.co/Q83PmhuTdU

19/05/2015 19:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 House of Commons discussed murder of British prisoners by Bavarian troops #WW1 http://t.co/KsVdYgfK0A

19/05/2015 18:31

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#onthisday in Parliament 19 May 1915 House of Commons discussed provision for insane soldiers #WW1 http://t.co/cOWAMVBT8g

19/05/2015 18:02

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