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Last World War I Veteran Dies in London

John Bull

John Bull, the last surviving veteran of World War I, died peacefully in his sleep yesterday at his home in London. He was 103 years old.

Bull was born in 1898 in the small town of Dover, England. He was just a teenager when he enlisted in the British Army in 1916. He fought in the Battle of the Somme in 1918, and was wounded by a German shell. He spent the rest of the war in a hospital recovering from his injuries.

After the war, Bull returned to Dover and married his sweetheart, Mary. They had two children together. Bull worked as a fisherman for most of his life, and Mary worked as a seamstress.

In his later years, Bull became a popular public speaker, telling his stories of the war to schoolchildren and others. He was also interviewed by historians and journalists, and his autobiography, “Bull’s-Eye: The Life and Times of a World War I Veteran”, was published in 1999.

Bull is survived by his wife, Mary, and their two children. His funeral will be held next week at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

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