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The grave of Jack Satterthwaite.
The tragic tale of how the First World War's last victim died from his wounds 47 years after his brother was killed in the same conflict has emerged.
Jack and Walter Satterthwaite fought alongside one another on the Western Front until Jack was shot and killed in battle in April 1916.
His older brother Walter carried on in the trenches but was invalided out of the army after being severely wounded in the right leg a year later.
Although his limb was rendered permanently immobile he recovered to lead a normal life until he went into hospital due to increasing pain from his wartime wound.
He underwent surgery to amputate his left leg but died from severe blood loss.