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March 14th 2017
| by Elly
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The world leader of the Salvation Army will visit East London this weekend (Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th March) to celebrate the 150th anniversary of The Salvation Army in Poplar.

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September 2nd 2015
| by Joss

Bloodshed, beatings and broken limbs, fireworks, gunshots and riots, are not things people associate with today’s well-respected Salvation Army.

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November 8th 2013
| by Gaby
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View our photo archive showing The Salvation Army and their relief efforts in both the 1914-1918 and 1939-1945 world wars.

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February 11th 2013
| by Gaby
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Salvation Army minister Major Marie Ozanne is to be recognised for her remarkable moral stance during the German Occupation of Guernsey, which ultimately may have cost her life.

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September 21st 2012
| by Gaby
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Arbroath was the focus of an international celebration on Friday 21 September for one of the pioneers of The Salvation Army in United States, George Scott Railton.

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September 20th 2012
| by Gaby
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Three charming Salvation Army sites are opening their doors to offer members of the public a chance to explore our remarkable work and learn more about our heritage.

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August 20th 2012
| by Gaby

On the 100th anniversary of the death of William Booth, social reformer and co-founder of The Salvation Army, the church and charity commissioned a YouGov survey looking at whether social issues for families have changed from those identified by The Salvation Army a century ago.

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July 6th 2012
| by Gaby
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This month marks the anniversary of the founding of The Salvation Army by William and Catherine Booth on the streets of the East End of London in 1865.

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January 20th 2012
| by Mary

A major piece of research has been launched to explore the different ways in which The Salvation Army has touched the lives of individuals and families over the past several decades.

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