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Conflict remembered through soldiers’ eyes

An exhibition at Kenilworth Library to commemorate the start of the First World War, run by Francis Arnold. Picture by Sarah Hill.

An exhibition at Kenilworth Library to commemorate the start of the First World War, run by Francis Arnold. Picture by Sarah Hill.

See the Great War through the eyes of soldiers on the front line with a new exhibition at Kenilworth Library.

The Royal British Legion display of books and poetry includes tales told by those fighting in the conflict, as well as images and information.

The books are available for borrowing and include work by Wilfred Owen, Isaac Rosenberg and Edward Thomas.

The display was opened by RBL Lt. Col. Francis Arnold and librarian, Gill Colbourne.

It will change to reflect the four year conflict.

 

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