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Remembering the summer of 1916 for Red, White and Blue Day 2016 - Friday 14th October

The Battle of the Somme was one of the bloodiest battles of World War One, with 20,000 British soldiers losing their lives on the first day of the battle. In all, the campaign cost nearly 1,300,000 dead and wounded soldiers on both sides.

Fighting began on the 1st July, and continued up until late November that year. It was the largest battle on the Western Front of the war, and there was little to show for all the lives lost on both side, only a few miles gained by the Allies.

Held on Friday 14th October, Red, White and Blue Day 2016 will be joining the rest of the UK and remembering the momentous events of 1916 - on land, and at sea – which had a huge impact on the outcome of the war.

ABF The Soldiers Charity Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

Notable dates

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- The RAF Benevolent Fund was founded by Lord Trenchard.

- The official end of the Battle of Britain, which saw 1,733 German aircraft destroyed and 643 damaged during a fight for supremacy in the skies over Europe, during the Second World War.

The Soldiers' Charity
- First Battle of Ypres, Belgium

The Soldiers' Charity
- Massive German surrender at Aachen, Germany

The Soldiers' Charity
- Operation Enduring Freedom begins in Afghanistan alongside US troops

Red White and Blue Day 2016

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Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth will be lit up in Red, White and Blue today.

RWBDay receives ‘Greetings from the USA’

Saw your tweet and Facebooked it. Now that is educating the young. So proud of my Scottish heritage here in Nebraska. God Bless you and your endeavors. Greg Dowding

Arthur Edwards MBE - Royal photographer has agreed to be the Head Judge for the Photography Competition.

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