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An exhibition which looks at the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment in the First World War and including a Victoria Cross never previously on public display; and the Armistice both overseas and in Lancaster. Displays also look at the Khaki Election; the Influenza epidemic; war memorials; peace celebrations; poets including The King's Own's Isaac Rosenberg and Lancaster born Laurence Binyon who wrote, in September 1914, the poem 'For the Fallen' a manuscript copy of which is on display in the exhibition.

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Suitable for
Any age
Admission
Free
Type

Exhibition (temporary)

King's Own Royal Regiment Museum

Lancaster City Museum, Market Square, Lancaster , Lancashire LA1 1HT England

kingsownmuseum@iname.com

01524 555619

http://www.kingsownmuseum.plus.com/

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