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Link in first post for some people who may not be aware of the significance 2 minutes silence will be at 11am today,please observe Read More
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Link in first post for some people who may not be aware of the significance


2 minutes silence will be at 11am today,please observe
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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Lest we forget !
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Lest we forget
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This site should be closed for the duration as a mark of respect.

Remember, this is honour the dead civillians and soldiers on both sides of the conflict and celebrate the end of the war 1. If you can't respect that, you're not human.


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Edited By: guv on Nov 11, 2010 08:14
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guv
This site should be closed for the duration as a mark of respect.Remember, this is in respect of civillians and soldiers on both sides of any conflict who lost their lives. If you can't respect that, you're not human.

+1 too many young people have forgotten the significance imho
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#10
Lest we forget
#11
Lest we forget
#12
Lest we forget
#13
Rouge Bouquet
by Joyce Kilmer

In a wood they call Rouge Bouquet
There is a new-made grave today,
Built by never a spade nor pick
Yet covered with earth 10 meters thick.
There lie many fighting men,
Dead in their youthful prime,
Never to laugh nor love again
Nor taste the Summertime.

For Death came flying through the air
And stopped his flight at the dugout stair,
Touched his prey and left them there,
Clay to clay.
He hid their bodies stealthily
In the soil of the land they fought to free
And fled away.

Now over the grave abrupt and clear
Three volleys ring;
And perhaps their brave young spirits hear
The bugles sing:
" Go to sleep!
Go to sleep!
Slumber well where the shell screamed and fell.
Let your rifles rest on the muddy floor,
You will not need them any more.
Danger's past;
Now at last,
Go to sleep!"

There is on earth no worthier grave
To hold the bodies of the brave
Than this place of pain and pride
Where they nobly fought and nobly died.
Never fear but in the skies
Saints and angels stand
Smiling with their holy eyes
On this new-come band.
St. Michael's sword darts through the air
and touches the aureole on his hair
As he sees them stand saluting there,
His stalwart sons:
And Patrick, Brigid, Columkill
Rejoice that in veins of warriors still
The Gael's blood runs.
And up to Heaven's doorway floats,
From the wood called Rouge Bouquet,
A delicate cloud of bugle notes
That softly say:
" Farewell!
Farewell!
Comrades true, born anew, peace to you!
Your souls shall be where the heroes are
And your memory shine like the morning-star.
Brave and dear,
Shield us here.
Farewell!"
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in flanders field the poppies blow,between the crosses, row on row,we are the dead.short days ago we lived,felt dawn, saw sunset glow,loved and were loved,and now we lie in flanders field...today is a day to remember the brave men and women who fought for their country past and present. please respect and remember them, 2 minutes silence is the least we can do.
#15
We will remember them.
[mod]#16
lest we forget
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Never forgotten

Really like the idea of shutting the site for two minutes.
#18
Never forgotten, forever in our hearts.
Lest we forget.
#19
Lest we forget
#20
we shall remember them
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They went with songs to the battle, they were young.
Straight of limb, true of eyes, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted,
They fell with their faces to the foe.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.

Lest We Forget
banned#22
I'm watching the commemorations on the TV and it makes me very proud of this country.
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we shall never forget!
RIP BRAVE SOLIDERS!

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