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PRINCE CHARLES AND CAMILLA, DUCHESS OF CORNWALL ATTEND FROMELLES DEDICATION.In a moving and poignant service, the last of 250 WWI soldiers killed in the Battle of Fromelles were laid to rest today, in a new Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery in Fromelles, Northern France..The soldiers were recently discovered in mass graves, and today's ceremony, on the 94th anniversary of the battle, marks the end of a two-year project to give them a fitting final place of rest..The ceremony began when the coffin of the last soldier was borne out of Pheasant Wood, location of the original graves, on a WWI Mark X General Service Wagon pulled by horses from the Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery. The procession journeyed through the village of Fromelles_19/07/2010.Photo Credit: ©Merrill_Newspix International..**ALL FEES PAYABLE TO: "NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL"**..PHOTO CREDIT MANDATORY!!: NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL..IMMEDIATE CONFIRMATION OF USAGE REQUIRED:.Newspix International, 31 Chinnery Hill, Bishop's Stortford, ENGLAND CM23 3PS.Tel:+441279 324672  ; Fax: +441279656877.Mobile:  0777568 1153.e-mail: info@newspixinternational.co.uk
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