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Medals reveal tragedy of three brothers killed on same day

AS Amy Beechey was presented to King George V and Queen Mary in April 1918 after she had lost five of her eight sons in the First World War, when the Queen thanked her for her sacrifice she replied: “It was no sacrifice, Ma’am. I did not give them willingly.”

In Pendleton, Lancashire, the news of one such grievous loss came by post in August 1916 to the mother of Ernest, Harold and Edward Stevenson who were all killed in action on the same day in the previous month on July 1 (the first day on the Somme).

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