Yesterday we remembered the millions of servicemen and women who gave their lives in defence of this country. And all around the South there are thousands of families who keep alive the memory of relatives who made the ultimate sacrifice, sometimes long ago.
In some cases though the link is lost and in the first of two pieces our Correspondent Derek Johnson travels to the battlefields of World War One to find out what happened to the family of two brothers killed together in Northern France.
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