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Norman Penny served in the Royal Signals at D-Day, working on mobile landing strips for aircraft.
In the Second World War June Denby was employed as a driver. And a month after the D-Day landings, she found herself on the way to France.
An installation featuring 20,000 poppies, each with a hand-written message of remembrance, has landed in Arromanches, Normandy for D-Day 75.
It can be hard when your child joins the military. Even more so for Anita when all 3 of her children signed up.
It can be difficult for people to relate to the struggles faced by military families. Read about their stories.
Liam Young had always wanted to join the Army. Read his story on rebuilding his life after Service.
Nicholas Bennion is from the Pacific Islands of the island of Fiji. He joined the British Army in 2000 leaving his home and moving 9,800 miles to the UK.
When Poppy Pawsey was medically discharged she struggled to adapt to life outside the military.
This year we’re asking the nation to pause for just two minutes and pay your respects to our Armed Forces community, past and present.
We extend a huge thank you for your support in 2019. In 2020 we'll continue to make the voice of Armed Forces community heard.
Three generations of the Nixon family will visit Anzio and Monte Cassino to re-live the hardest fought battle of the war.
At the end of WW2 millions were homeless, transport links had been destroyed, and many nations’ industry were in ruins.
The Gulf War, fought from 1990 to 1991, saw the largest use of British troops in one deployment since the Second World War.
The end of WW2 didn’t result in the immediate end of service for millions of British and Commonwealth troops.
People, families, communities, and nations all went through massive social changes as a result of WW2.
Discover how Bergen-Belsen became an infamous Nazi concentration camp in WW2 and what happened when it was liberated in 1945.