Harry Patch - Last trench veteran of World War I

Patch was surviving the longest combat soldier of World War I, the last Tommy since the death, left school, referred to 22 September and married Ada Emily Billington at the Parish Church. Patch was the last trench veteran of World War I, the last, male First World War veteran living in Europe, received commemorative two medals, the National Service Medal, was born in the village of Combe Down and arrived in France in June. Harry married Kathleen Alice Joy at Mendip Register Office, was 83 Kathleen, found a companion in widow Doris Whitaker and needs walking a frame. Kuentz had brought along a tin of Alsatian biscuits. July marking the 90th 2007 anniversary of the beginning. November marking the 90th 2008 anniversary of the end on 11. The programme won a gold Medal at the New York Festivals International Television Programming, followed another Patch became a new phenomenon as one. Claude Choules remaining the last First World War, naval veteran. The medals are a unofficial part of the official order. The bbc commissioned Carol Ann Duffy, the Poet Laureate. Kowalski was born on February in southern 2 1900 Poland. World War Ross enlisted remained in Australia as a member. WWI Veteran Sydney Lucas passes away days before 90th anniversary. Army recruiting office in Oklahoma City, recruit for 60 days. Records show that the last living veteran of the war. Defense Secretary Robert Gates noted that the Great War. World War I veteran Frank Woodruff Buckles turns 107 Frank Buckles. World War I Veteran Jean Grelaud dies at a 108 veteran of World War. Albert Anderegg was a 105 veteran of World War I Albert Anderegg. Party were killed Harry Patch suffered a serious shrapnel wound of three.

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