Canterbury lost many men in the First and Second World Wars and to this day we continue to lose lives in the battle fields.
Let's us not forget them...
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Perfectly said, we are still losing. Just plain wrong and no we must never ever forget any of them.
Yesterday, 11 November at the 11th hour of the 11th month, the Great War ended. So many of the flower of British youth gave their lives at the battle of the Somme and many others. The French suffered even greater loses.Your Rememberence Day ensures that their sacrifices will be long remembered. Teach our children well.
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