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Thousands of WW1 stories retold by BBC for centenary

24 February 2014 Last updated at 09:44 GMT

More than a thousand stories from WW1 will be told in a series launched by the BBC.

The project is designed to link to the centenary of the Great War and uncover the role of communities during in the conflict.

Land girl Agnes Greatorex tells her story about swapping domestic service for life outdoors at Green Farm, Ely in Cardiff.

The farm, now a hostel for the homeless, had a dairy herd supplying milk to a nearby hospital.

Also, historian Dr Gethin Matthews spoke to Felicity Evans.

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