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Market Harborough’s Great War centenary told in five posters
October 1, 1918 – fortune-seeker’s adventure from a tiny Harborough village to America and Canada before a hero’s death in France
August 21, 1917 – Shindler’s List provides sobering record of 287 men of the Harborough District who have given ‘to the uttermost’
June 12, 1917 – Can bread baked with potatoes and sub-standard grain really help win the war?
February 13, 1917 – 14-year-old so determined to be a soldier he even offers to just blow the bugle
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