241 Remembrance

This was taken  in Canterbury Cathedral. All these Lives from one family lost within 50 years ‘for Queen and Country’.

What has never ceased to amaze me since my School days is the sense of Duty, these Military families had to generation after generation join the ‘Colours’.

Even 50 years ago that sense of duty was passed down to us in school with school Songs and assembly.

Now they airbrush honour, duty and responsibility from history.

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5 Responses to 241 Remembrance

  1. Tammy says:

    A beautiful memorial to these dedicated souls! You did good! 🙂

    Thanks for the nice e-mail…I enjoy your blog! 🙂

  2. danudin says:

    A thing called the blitz proves that an entire nation can feel the same sense of values!
    I won;t believe that is gone, people don’t change! Trends and Governments change Not People!

    • Howard Scott says:

      Thank you Danudin. Sometimes I forget what my people are capable of. It’s been a long time, hopefully I am back.

  3. Mary Lou says:

    Very nice tribute to those that deserve it.

  4. lsvejda says:

    A wonderful memorial and beautifully photographed.

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