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CENTENARY COMMEMORATION - BATTLE OF AMIENS600 tickets are available for descendants to attend an event on 8 August at Amiens Cathedral, France.
Forces Reunited donates funds to: ABF – The Soldiers Charity, RAF Benevolent Fund & Royal Naval Benevolent Trust.Forces Reunited has donated to a number of charitable organisations over the years that support UK Armed Forces Veterans. The generous donations were amassed from contributions made by YOU, the great British public, via the Forces Reunited website.
Silhouette of First World War soldiers appear as part of There But Not There campaignA poignant reminder of the 888,246 British and Commonwealth soldiers who died and of those who survived but suffered physical and mental scars, the silhouettes will tour the nation until Armistice Day to raise funds for a new charity called Remembered.
Veterans To Be 'Formally Recognised With Official ID Cards'Britain's veterans are to be formally recognised with their own IDs to show they served in the armed forces.
Stop the cuts to UK armed forces
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