Friday, 11 November 2011

Never Forget.....Ever.

....a lot of Irish boys including family.


45 comments:

  1. I'm honoring the memory of my grandfather William O'Leary today. We miss him still. Thank you.

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  2. Plenty of Kiwi boys buried at Gallipoli and the Somme. So I'm not forgetting. Pleased to see someone on blogosphere has reminded us all.

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  3. With Brent and the Kiwis. Thanks Fran.

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  4. I'm remembering family from both world wars today. But I'm also thinking about friends currently in Afghanistan and other dangerous places as well.

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  5. We shall remember them...............

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  6. Good reminder. For soldiers from all over the world.

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  7. We never should forget the Irish boys or any of the boys from wherever they come from.

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  8. Never forget, ever. Remember them not just today, but always.

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  9. This is a big day in a lot of places. Thanks for posting today, Angry.

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  10. That's why there are so many weird-looking people nowadays, you know, with whole generations of the good ones gone off the pool.

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  11. That was all that needed to be said.

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  12. Day to remember. Agree-never to forget.

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  13. A moment of silence please.

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  14. God bless veterans and their families from around the world.

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  15. A tip of the hat to you good sir. Never forget.

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  16. Many graves of Irishmen in Belgium. Some of them died by a mistake. They blew up their own hill or something, a miscommunication between the troops.

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  18. perhaps the greatest way to honor the fallen and veterans still living...is to never go into wars unless absolutely necessary. Maybe one day we'll all learn.

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  19. i'll raise a drink to that.

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  20. felt like I was the only one in german wearing one..

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  21. My family was never involved in World War 1 or 2. I guess being displaced against our will when Japs came, other than that nothing.

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