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A look around WWI battle sites

It is 90 years since the Armistice which brought World War One to an end.

The BBC's Robert Hall has been to the main sites of battle in France and Belgium to see what signs remain of the conflict, and how one of the bloodiest periods of modern history is commemorated.

YPRES

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The act of Remembrance for World War One which takes place each evening

VIMY RIDGE

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Iain McHenry gives Robert Hall a tour of the tunnels at Vimy Ridge

VERDUN

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The horror of Verdun, the site of the longest battle of World War I

BRINGING HISTORY TO LIFE

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School children learn about World War One and those who died



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