Joshua Dyer (aged 14) was tasked at school to write a poem for Remembrance Day 2019. An hour later (without any help) he produced the following poignant poem – One Thousand Men Are Walking
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An Englishman, Irishman, Scotsman and a Welshman.
The village cemetery at Nouvelles on the outskirts of Mons is like any other in this part of Belgium and yet within it, there are nine white headstones, which tell a remarkable story. READ MORE HERE:
The Unknown Warrior: Gone, But Never Forgotten
The Unknown Warrior is a powerful symbol that embodies a host of contradictions. He is an ordinary soldier, but one who has been given a place of extraordinary honour; he has no name, yet every family whose relative never returned from the Great War feels
Remembrance Day – In The Beginning
As we unite in remembering British and Commonwealth servicemen lost in war, we take a step back in time to experience what happened at the very first Remembrance Day, held on 11th November 1919, and the subsequent early years of remembrance.
The Role Of Dogs In WW1 Trenches – Dogs in World War One
It wasn’t just soldiers who deserved commendation for their bravery in the trenches. Dogs, horses, pigeons and many other animals served too. We will remember them.