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How Brighton rallied together during wartime

The Argus:

12:00pm Tuesday 18th November 2014

Last week, Remembrance commemoration services paid tribute across Sussex to the fallen in conflicts throughout the decades, and this year’s events particularly thanked those involved in the First World War, during the centenary year of the beginning of the battle. FLORA THOMPSON delves into The Argus archive to learn about some of the work carried about by people in Brighton who stopped at nothing to help in the war effort.

We shall never forget

The Argus:

12:00pm Tuesday 11th November 2014

ON Sunday, Sussex recalled the millions who died in the First World War and all the wars since. BEN JAMES looks back at the history.

Sport Nostalgia

Former Seagulls: Norman Albert Gall

The Argus: Norman Albert Gall

11:40am Tuesday 1st July 2014

Position: Defender Born: September 30, 1942 in Northumberland Time at The Albion: 1962-74 Apps: 448 (four goals) Height: 5ft 9in Weight: 11 st 5lb His story: For 11 years Norman Gall was Albion’s ‘Mr Reliable’.

100 years ago

Low birth rates and marriages during the First World War

The Argus:

12:00pm Tuesday 18th November 2014

During the First World War, there was a massive drop in birth rates across the whole of England – and Brighton was lagging right from the start.

Then and Now

100 Years Ago: Bonfire celebrations surrounded by death

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3:00pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

BONFIRE night has always been a night of great excitement but also one of risk as a terrifying story from a century ago in The Argus archives goes to show.

Mystery Pictures

Mystery Pictures

The Argus:

3:00pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

DOES anyone know what Gabrielle Lavelle, from Hailsham Equestrian Club, was up to in this picture where she appears to be dressed in Highland costime, circa 1983?

Past Present

A rural renaissance

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 22nd November 2014

Adam Trimingham tells us all about the history of the village of Alfriston ...

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