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   Carruthers  Thursday Nov 6 06:49 AM

Nov 6th 2014 Soldiers at Stonehenge.

The soldiers of Stonehenge: New exhibition that will tell story of how one million men trained on Salisbury Plain during First World War

Poignant footage of First World War soldiers will be projected on to Stonehenge as part of a new exhibition telling the story of how one million men trained on Salisbury Plain during the conflict.

The footage of the soldiers marching is being beamed onto the ancient stones for a memorial service marking the opening of the Soldiers At Stonehenge project.

Although it is usually associated with more ancient history, Stonehenge stood at the centre of what was between 1914 and 1918 the world's largest military training camp.

During the conflict, some 180,000 men were stationed there at any one time, coming from across the Commonwealth to prepare for battle.

The exhibition, which opens tomorrow at the Stonehenge Visitors Centre, aims to explore the untold story of Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain and those who trained for war around the iconic site.

Visitors to the centre will be able to learn what life was like for the men who trained on Salisbury Plain, through stories, photographs and historical artifacts.
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xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Nov 6 01:27 PM

Stonehenge approximately 2500 BC.
Projected images approximately 1915 AD.
4400 years and still didn't learn.

sexobon  Thursday Nov 6 07:39 PM

I wonder if it was part of the obstacle course?

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