Remembrance | WWI Centenary Visit, France.


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Every time I see this picture I remember how the gentleman who directed us to this cemetery described it.

“A little one”

In this little one are men who still haven’t gone home, 100 years later.
That’s a lot of brothers, sons, husbands, dads, friends.
In other “little ones” and many many large ones are other husbands, dads, sons – some in foreign countries, some who have never been visited by family.
Some whose family don’t know they are there.
Some whose names are forgotten, or were never known.

Final KITTY suggestive digestive-01

 


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