The last British survivor of the World War I trenches, Harry Patch, has died at the age of 111.
I had the honour of meeting Harry and listening to him speak of his experiences at Passchendaele. Born in Combe Down, Bath, Harry fought on the Western Front in 1917. During WW2 he served with the AFS and experienced the Bath Blitz in 1942.
Harry died in Wells on 25 July 2008, the last of Britain's fighting Tommy's.
Read his obituary here
His life in pictures
His book 'The Last Fighting Tommy' is well worth reading.
Rest in Peace, Harry.