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Claude Stanley Choules’ Death Moves The Great War Towards Dead History

by | 8th, May 2011

WHEN Claude Stanley Choules died, an era the First World War came closer than ever to being dead history, a thing only recalled in books and other recorded testimony.

Last Thursday, British-born Choules he was born on March 3, 1901, in Pershore, Worcestershire  the last man to fight in the Great War, died in Perth. He was 110.

He is survived by one other veteran of that bloody war: British woman Florence Green. She did not see action but served with the Women’s RAF (WRAF) in 1918. When she dies, how will the

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