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We might be getting rather tired of our lockdown as we try to avoid this indiscriminate killing virus, but it does serve to remind us that those who lost their lives in conflict last century did so for our freedom. We can only look forward to the day when - 75 years on - we can also freely celebrate victory over this virus by throwing parties and rejoicing as they did back in 1945.
Last edited by Keith Bennett on 08 May 2020 18:04, edited 1 time in total.
nice post keith , where’s the Scottish flag then and if i get a bit to much the Cornish flag, but still a fitting tribute to our gallant men and women of that time, give their most some all, thanks dad who was stealing stuff from the germans, my uncle who didnt speak much of it but who served with the 8TH army,my other uncle who had lots to do with the d day landings my aunties who where wafs packing parachutes for our brave air crews and lastly my granddad who was a merchant sea man for getting supplies though