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Karen Clare reads up on a selection of titles commemorating the First World War centenary

Epitaphs of the Great War: The Last 100 Days by Sarah Wearne

Dedicated to those who fought and died during the period more commonly known as the Last 100 Days, from 8 August to 11 November 1918; the Battle of Amiens to the Armistice, this poignant little hardback volume features 100 epitaphs taken from a database of inscriptions that have been collected over more than 30 years of visiting battlefield cemeteries.

Military historian Sarah Wearne’s compilation is the last in an edited series of inscriptions from the graves of those killed in the Great War, with her earlier collections covering the Somme and Passchendaele. Each book has arisen from her Twitter project @WWInscriptions, which has tweeted a personal inscription every day since 4 August 2014 and continues to do so until 11 November 2018.

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Soon the Last Post will sound as we commemorate the Armistice of 1918, a century ago. If you'd like to find out, or discover more, about your ancestor's time during the First World War - look no further. Our November issue is a First World War centenary commemorative issue, packed with information and advice about the records and the medals of First World War people. Have a read, do some research, and then, this year on Remembrance Sunday you'll be able to say that you truly have remembered them.