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He entered business in Liverpool in 1902, joined the OTC in September 1915, and, obtaining his commission, went to France in 1916.
We took the decision as the RFU not to have a policy which said we would not pick players who went to France.
Last August I went to France and found my uncle's grave, then on Remembrance Sunday last year I went to Menai Bridge where his name is included on the war memorial.
``Flyboys'' is based on the true story of the American volunteers who went to France and flew in the Lafayette Escadrille during the first world war.
Indeed, James Baldwin (1924-1987) went to France where he tried to escape racial injustice so that his writing became more prolific when he was abroad even though he lived in poverty there for eight years.
During the foot and mouth outbreak, the then Minister for Tourism, Alasdair Morrison, did not know where Galloway was, so he went to France instead.
Last holiday -Three or four years ago I went to France with my school.
A 72-YEAR-OLD woman who went to France for an urgent hip operation was today seeking a High Court ruling that the surgery should be paid for by the NHS.