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Frenkie Jul 18
Commemoration Guy Gibson VC DSO DFC and Jim Warwick DFC at Steenbergen cemetery 2017 Sep 19th.
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LouiseR 15h
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Liz Sweet Jul 19
Visiting Arlington National Cemetery, Washington - there are 32 Commonwealth casualties there - casualties from both the First and Second World Wars and a Cross of Sacrifice commemorating Americans who fought with the Canadian Army
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Liz Sweet Jul 11
An unusual burial Orchard Dump today with the navy commemorating one of their fallen. Able Seamen James Cameron Robertson was found not far from the cemetery and was laid to rest today.
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Frenkie Jul 19
Cycling to a meeting at the community hall Bergen op Zoom for our Candlenight I came along the cemeteries. Goosebumps always. Thank you whoever laid the bouquet.
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Widnes Branch Royal Artillery Association Jul 10
Well done this is 1 of the best kept war cemeteries in th UK that I have visited. Wareham should be the benchmark for all UK graves.
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Gemma Dearsley Jul 11
I’m sorry Alan Shearer but I have to disagree they’re only footballers not heroes that’s the guys and girls who risk their lives for others, and those who loose their lives for others xxx
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Humanities Jul 16
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Steve 17h
Replying to @SteveK_UK
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just me Jul 11
Saw this bench in Morpeth today
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░P░o░c░h░S░p░u░r░ Jul 19
Re the beer I saw them testing offsite the contingency plan for beer going rogue they split the tray slightly to let it flow down into a drain, sadly a few players may also be lost down the gaps but this is a price we will have to pay to save 62k
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Alastair McCulloch 5h
. Touching tribute to a true British Hero, Sqn Ldr Geoffrey Wellum DFC; thank you to Ben Chapman and the team of
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Military Wives Choirs Jul 17
Our new album should come with a warning... you may cry! Let us know what you think of ‘Remember’ and whether it’s made you well up
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✞Jacqueline Hurley Jul 10
‘TILL WE MEET AGAIN’ 78 years ago on the 10th July 1940 “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few” Winston Churchill
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Paul Durham Jul 19
Remembering the Aussies who fell on this day, 102 years ago, at the Battle of Fromelles.
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Miss Bilsborough Jul 12
NYCoS Day 4 - Recorded 'The Unknown Warrior' by Ricky Ross for a BBC Radio broadcast. A beautiful piece written for the centenery of WW1
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Ray Jul 13
Last night at the Menin Gate for the Last Post Ceremony was enhanced by the smartly turned out laying a wreath
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TBGS_Tech Jul 17
visit to Bayeux Commonwealth Cemetery laying a wreath. . Got a very complimentary comment from a gentleman who observed our brief ceremony.
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Normandy Post Jul 18
The funeral of Patrick Churchill today: Town comes together to pay tribute to decorated war hero
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Jo Faulkner Jul 18
Both great images. Thanks for sharing them. This is my great grandfathers teenage brother (seated) and friends in their sheepskins/goatskins.
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