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Graves of two Irish Soldiers killed during the Great War are rededicated a century later


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Graves of two Irish Soldiers killed during the Great War are rededicated a century later

 

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The resting places of Lieutenant (Lt) Gilbert Donnelly and Captain (Capt) John Forsythe Harvey, were honoured on Thursday 21 March during two rededication services held at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s (CWGC) Ste. Emilie Valley Cemetery and Noyon New British Cemetery in France.

 

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