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Recalling the years of adversity

By Roderic Dunnett

YORKSHIRE suffered countless casualties in the First World War. When the crucial bastion of the German defences on the Somme, Fricourt, fell in July 1916, the East and West Yorkshires and Green Howards bore the brunt of the attack.

In tribute, the University of Leeds is conducting an extended survey, with lectures, exhibits, schools events, and conferences, of the northern city's contribution throughout the First World War.

Now the characterful St Peter's Singers, closely ...

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