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Boy of 12 confirmed as Britain's youngest WWI soldier

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A boy of just 12 years old, Sidney Lewis, has just been recognised as the youngest British soldier to sign up to fight in World War I. It was a family secret that remained hidden for almost 100 years. Duration: 02:19 Video provided by AFP


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