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The stories of the last surviving combatants of WW1 in their own words. The youngest was 102, the eldest 109. Three years in the making and following their lives as they reflect on their participation in the war to end all wars. With Quickfire Media.
‘Haunting… brilliant.’ Sunday Telegraph. ‘Impeccable.’ Daily Telegraph. ‘Truly remarkable’, TV Times.
Then aged 105, Harry Patch, who became Britain’s last surviving Tommy, describes his experience of going over the top for the first time.