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    If there is any body on here in Australia who had relations in WW1 who came

    to Brightlingsea, Essex to train, thought this might be of interest.

    http:///www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01x211v

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    Sorry can't understand why it say's this page can't be displayed.

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    Worked for me Fred
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    Worked for me too Fred, unfortunately when I sent it on to cousin in Australia he was unable to view

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    BBC programmes are region blocked , I have sent links to a friend in NYNY and he can only open with a fake ip
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    Worked well for me Fred. AQlso had other clips that were most interesting.
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    Worked for me ok.

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    Strange that everybody can get it but me, even though I put it on,
    think I'll go back to my semaphore days in the sea cadets, might have a bit more success.

    Will try this, and see what happens. !!!!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01p341w

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frederick Lacey View Post
    Strange that everybody can get it but me, even though I put it on,
    think I'll go back to my semaphore days in the sea cadets, might have a bit more success.

    Will try this, and see what happens. !!!!

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01p341w
    Very sad but interesting about Cpt Fryatt and the Germans wonder why we do not like them!!
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    Tonight on our ABC's 7.30 report the 70th Anniversary of D Day in France. Wars to end all wars come and go and this is just a speck in the overview of the courage, bravery, suffering and kindness of the men and women - and children - during those fearsome times.
    http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2014/s4019723.htm
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