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War graves

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paintist says:

Always very moving :-)

2nd Apr 2006, 14:42

FilbertFox says:

where are these?

2nd Apr 2006, 14:42

Rhys says:

Local Church yard in Bramshott, Hampshire. These were all the Canadian soldiers that died of influenza when they were based there in WW2.

2nd Apr 2006, 14:45

FilbertFox says:

ah. makes you think

2nd Apr 2006, 14:47

Rhys says:

Certainly. We are very lucky, and Mr Blair and Mr Bush should have second thoughts about Iraq.

2nd Apr 2006, 14:49

paintist says:

we have a Polish cemetary near us...sadly not as well respected as this one...

2nd Apr 2006, 14:55

Rhys says:

These ones in Bramshott are immaculate and regularly maintained so there isn't even a leaf on the borders, personally I think it is the least we can do seeing as they gave their lives.

2nd Apr 2006, 14:57

clara says:

My uncle was killed at Alamein in WW2 aged 24,thus I never knew him. Very tragic. Your photos are good.

29th Jun 2006, 17:49

Rhys says:

Indeed, and we still go to war.

29th Jun 2006, 18:25