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WW1 in Colour.


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In Ireland, but born Bucks.
Just been watching a prog on TV, where they computer enhanced the old black and white films, that were taken during the conflict.
It certainly brought another dimension to it.

Call me an idiot or an old fool, but I look at all those faces....trying so hard to see if I recognise anyone.
I have 4 photos of my rellies in uniform, and amongst the 1000's of faces, I live in hope of seeing one. I don't know why though.

Considering the millions that were there, I doubt very much that I could pick a rellie from that carnage.

So from an old fool, I'll say congrats to those who enhanced those films.


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