1. Yesterday, the nation marked the 100th anniversary of Britain entering the First World War.
2. Historical reenactors from The Great War Society dressed as the 4th Battalion of the Middlesex Regiment at The Tank Museum, Bovington.
3. A field next to the museum was carpeted with a million poppies, representing those who died during the war.
5. The museum hosted a mock First World War battle with a Mark IV replica tank, a display from the The Great War Air Display Team, and a remembrance service.
8. A hundred years ago, at 11pm on 4 August 1914, British prime minister Herbert Asquith announced that Britain was to enter the war after Germany violated Belgium neutrality.
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