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Archaeologists find WWI training site in Staffordshire

10 September 2013 Last updated at 16:02 BST

Archaeologists excavating a site in Staffordshire have uncovered a model of a WW1 battle site - which was used to help train British soldiers for the front.

It's thought the model village of Messines in Belgium, may have played a part in helping the Allies win a crucial victory.

Sian Lloyd reports.

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