Re­search­ing sto­ries of the Ar­mistice

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spring 1918, where he suf­fered the ef­fects of a gas at­tack. Winch­ester in 2000, at the age of 101.

We need your help to en­sure that sto­ries like Charles’ are not for­got­ten. Take this op­por­tu­nity to con­trib­ute to our project at Livesoft­he­first­world­war. org - scan and up­load let­ters and diaries, re­search a name on your lo­cal war memo­rial or share anec­dotes that have been passed down through your fam­ily.

Lives of the First World War will close to con­tri­bu­tions on 18 March 2019, when IWM will be­come the cus­to­dian of the mil­lions of facts, sto­ries and images and cre­ate a per­ma­nent on­line memo­rial – this will help to shape our un­der­stand­ing of the First World War both now and in the fu­ture.

Charles’ life story can be found at https://livesoft­he­first­world­war.org/ lifestory/655489

Charles Ar­gall (left) with an­other sol­dier

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