The only woman to enlist and fight in World War One was a lady from Suffolk.
Flora Sandes, who was from Orford, was initially a volunteer for the St John's Ambulance but was determined to do more.
She travelled to Serbia where she enrolled in the army and was awarded the equivalent of the Victoria Cross - and mentioned in Dispatches twice for exceptional bravery.
ITV News Anglia reporter Tanya Mercer has been to meet her great nephew.
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The family of a pregnant woman stabbed to death with a screwdriver in Milton Keynes paid tribute to her as her killer was sentenced.
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