Send us your family World War One memories

  • 12 November 2013
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Tell us about your family WW1 memories

World War One changed how we live today and many families still remember the experiences of their relatives during that time.

More than one million men and women from Britain and the Commonwealth died during the the fighting that took place between 1914 to 1918.

Every place in the country and every family was affected by the war.

Send us your family World War One memories

We want to hear about your family memories from World War One. Do you have photos, medals or diaries of relatives who lived through or fought in the war?

Or perhaps your parents or grandparents have stories about what your family did during the war, whether it was fighting in the trenches or working in a factory or hospital?

Tell us about your family World War One memories using the form below. If you have any pictures send them to newsroundpix@bbc.co.uk

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