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#onthisday in Parliament 27 April 1915 House of Commons discussed statistics of deer parks in England and Wales #WW1 http://t.co/ZMlv2jXhdT

27/04/2015 13:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 27 April 1915 House of Commons discussed military bands with the Expeditionary Force #WW1 http://t.co/mNvgopLArC

27/04/2015 12:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 27 April 1915 House of Commons discussed issuing of workmen's badges in #WW1 http://t.co/pLeFcPiegr

27/04/2015 11:01

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#onthisday in Parliament 27 April 1915 House of Lords discussed correspondence relating to British prisoners of war http://t.co/aTTenavtzk

27/04/2015 10:30

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#onthisday in Parliament 27 April 1915 House of Commons discussed treatment of British officers in Germany #WW1 http://t.co/w01XV15pfd

27/04/2015 10:01

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#onthisday 26 April 1915 Lt. Arthur Richmond Garton, son of W G A Garton of the Admission Order Office, House of Commons, died at Ypres #WW1

26/04/2015 11:01

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#Herbert wrote "The general impression amongst the Intelligence is that we shall get a very bad knock" #WW1 #parlstories

25/04/2015 14:05

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Shortly before the allied troops landed at Gallipoli on 25th April 1915 #Herbert expressed depression at the prospect #WW1 #parlstories

25/04/2015 14:02

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#onthisday 25 April 1915 Private John Nathaniel Williams, son of Colonel Sir Robert Williams MP for West Dorset, died at Gallipoli #WW1

25/04/2015 11:05

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#onthisday 25 April 1915 Captain Archibald Rodney Hewitt, son of the 6th Viscount Lifford, died near Zonnebeke #WW1

25/04/2015 11:01

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#onthisday in Parliament 22 April 1915 House of Commons discussed losses since the outbreak of #WW1 http://t.co/GWE8Hdxdt0

22/04/2015 14:03

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#onthisday in Parliament 22 April 1915 House of Commons discussed censorship in the British press #WW1 http://t.co/OD8Qqcedkm

22/04/2015 13:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 22 Apr 1915 House of Commons discussed use of Donington Hall to house prisoners of war #WW1 http://t.co/ZqyiWArEUx

22/04/2015 12:02

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#onthisday in Parliament 22 April 1915 House of Commons discussed attack on transport ship Manitou #WW1 http://t.co/mErotZQn7J

22/04/2015 11:01

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#onthisday in Parliament 22 April 1915 House of Commons discussed publishing of White Paper about outbreak of #WW1 http://t.co/6SNgVir7J6

22/04/2015 10:01

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