A parish remembers its fallen WW1 soldiers

It’s never going to be easy comprehending some 900,000 obscenely young soldiers losing their lives, in atrocious conditions, a long way from home.  Not forgetting the two million injured in a war feted to end all wars.  On November 11 2018, however, world leaders, royals, the public will mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice and mourn their dead. But it’s different this year; it feels different.

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