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35 EST, 7 May 2014 2 View comments The story of one Scottish mother's struggle after she lost four sons in the First World War has been turned into a book which will be published to coincide with her family's first ever international reunion.
24 December 2013 0 View comments A soldier from the Royal Engineers was killed in action in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence said. The serviceman was killed yesterday as a result of enemy fire while on operations east of Kabul. His next of kin
A collection of photographs believed to have belonged to B.C.'s first lieutenant-governor, Richard Clement Moody, are being offered for auction by the British antiques dealer Bonhams in London. The collection of albumen stills of Moody, his staff and
A British soldier shot dead by a rogue member of the Afghan National Army has been named by the Ministry of Defence as 23-year-old Sapper Richard Walker. The father-of-one, from Leeds, was serving with 28 Engineer Regiment, attached to 21 Engineer
Stamford Bridge and The Oval, two famous London stadiums which operate in different sporting worlds, will be linked by a ribbon of history dating back 140 years on Wednesday. While current FA Cup holders Chelsea play Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions
The families of two British servicemen killed on duty in Afghanistan have paid tribute to them. Father-of-four Lance Corporal Matthew David Smith, 26, from the Corps of Royal Engineers, died on Friday after being shot while trying to build a
A funeral with full military honours has been held for a soldier who died after an explosion in Afghanistan. Sapper Connor Ray, serving with 33 Engineer Regiment, was wounded while hunting for explosives in April on the eve of his 21st birthday.
Soldier who died from Afghan injuries named by MoD Sapper Elijah Bond died at the Queen Elizabeth NHS Hospital, Birmingham A soldier who died from injuries sustained on Tuesday in Afghanistan has been named as Sapper Elijah Bond of 35 Engineer
We all learn infantry tactics and it's the hardest part as there's so much to remember in tiny detail when you're absolutely shattered on an exercise. Physically the most challenging part has been Exercise Longreach: hiking 45 miles in 24 hours
The government has admitted that the Army and UK civil servants helped market so-called "bomb detectors", which did not work, around the world. Export of the "magic wand" detectors to Iraq and Afghanistan was banned on 27 January 2010 because of the