Coventry historian helps identify Battle of Fromelles fallen

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TODAY marks the 94th anniversary of the Battle of Fromelles where 30 Coventry and Warwickshire servicemen are thought to have died.

More than 7,000 British and Australian soldiers died, were wounded or taken prisoner during the First World War battle in Northern France.

Bodies of the dead soldiers were buried in six mass graves by the Germans but the names of many of these remain unknown....
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