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Local authority in Sefton documents all 4,000 residents killed during first world war A council in Merseyside has embarked on a project to tell the story of each of its residents who died in the first world war. Ahead of the armistice centenary, nearly 2,000 households in Sefton will receive information packs in the post, which include the details of those who lived at that address and died in action, as part of the authority’s Beyond the War Memorials project. Continue reading...