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Recognition for pardoned soldiers

Two World War I soldiers who were shot dead for cowardice but pardoned 90 years later have been formally honoured on a war memorial.
The names of Privates Harry Farr and James Swaine were unveiled on Sunday in a ceremony at the Wealdstone war memorial, in north-west London. for more click here

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