Jun 23, 2014
Black Country Bugle
From Lye to Flanders - following in footsteps of Great Uncle Albert
Albert's medals - The British War Medal, Victory Medal and the 1915 Star while below is Albert and his grave I THOUGHT Bugle readers would be interested in our First World War journey from Lye to Flanders following in the footsteps of Private Albert Hyde.
Lost WWI dog tag returned to digger's family
A World War I dog tag found in a French paddock has been returned to the digger's family after an Australia-wide search.
Pupils' educational Remembrance Day trip
Pupils visited First World War battlefields in France and Belguim during a trip to educate them about the history of the conflict.
The Daily Courier
Military maps lead viewers down road of wartime secrets
Fran Drummon, left, Okanagan College library assistant, and Michelle Ward, Kelowna campus librarian, look over a map in a display of military maps at the college's KLO Road campus library.
Tornado hits Hawick twin town Bailleul
WHILE the region has been battered by torrential rain and storms this week, locals should spare a thought for the people of Hawick's twin town Bailleul.