Hand-to-hand weapons of WWI revealed in new exhibition

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Hand-to-hand weapons of WWI revealed in new exhibition
27th November 2014

An exhibition of hand-to-hand weapons used during the First World War are being unveiled for the first time in a London museum.
A brass knuckle duster, flexible cosh and a mini-mace have gone on display at the Guards Museum in Wellington Barracks near Buckingham Palace.
The weapons were found among thousands of artifacts of the 370-year-old Household Division.
Mark Blunden went to find out more.

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