New set of stamps revealed marking WWI centenery

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New set of stamps revealed marking WWI centenery

As part of commemorations by Royal Mail to mark the centenary of the first world war, a final set of stamps in a 5 part series have been released.

The new designs mark the end of the conflict, and include a picture of 100 poppies, the grave of the unknown warrior, and the spurs footballer Walter Tull who became the first black

Army officer to command troops. Philip Parker is from Royal Mail.

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