First World War exhibition uses students' artwork

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First World War exhibition uses students' artwork

More than two hundred young people from across the capital have helped put together a new exhibition on life in the trenches.
Students have created paintings, sculptures and drawings to help portray what life was like for soldiers in the First World War.
The show is one of the many events to mark the 100th anniversary of the Great War.

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