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The SSFA's agreement with the BMA probably paid for Bury soldier Thomas Dureall's children's treatment after the 1916 Zeppelin raid

The SSFA's agreement with the BMA probably paid for Bury soldier Thomas Dureall's children's treatment after the 1916 Zeppelin raid

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Today there is outcry if families of soldiers fighting abroad are not looked after while they fight abroad, but when World War One started there was no such provision.

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