IN MEMORY OF ALL THOSE LOST

This will mean a lot to those with long years and  even longer memories.   We must never forget the sacrifices these men, women , horses, dogs and pigeons made, and of course all the families waiting at home …….. wondering.

Having  visited the World War  1 trenches and memorial sites in France, personally  I found them to be  a very sobering site, and  when you see how close the enemy were,  your mind wanders to what the troops were thinking at the time.  Loved ones, home a hot  meal,  dry feet and of course trying not to get killed..

 

Take a stroll through these cemeteries , and I can guarantee it will be etched in your memory for ever.

 

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