I feel some should go back and Titans 62nd anniversary thank you for the memories signatures shirt read up on history. I really did like the speech Churchill gave. My father was in WW II and a prisoner of war. A lot of innocent people were killed on all sides. Unfortunately, that is a part of all wars. What a strange place this is. Weird comments from some parallel universe. Just celebrate the end of the conflict, a victory won by peoples of many nations in the hope of better times. Then get on with making your lives better now as the same verminous tendency is making a comeback. Otherwise, we will be at it again. That is such a lovely message so thank you. I often think Europe is a bit resentful of what we achieved in the war yet we helped everyone. I am sad we have left the EU. Thank you again. Thank you for your time. I was just about three weeks old when the war started and I was about five years old when it ended. my daddy served in ideal was a year and a half when he died at home. love you for evervIt is ironic how there is a statue in London to commemorate the contributions of animals in the war, but not a single statue of any Indian soldier to highlight their contributions which remains largely unknown.
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I was born on 12th May 1945, Titans 62nd anniversary thank you for the memories signatures shirt my mother most of my childhood said ‘you have always been a bloody nuisance’ because she couldn’t go out and celebrate. No, I didn’t grow up with any ‘hang-ups’ she was my mum and worked hard with my dad. I was what she said- I am 75 on Tuesday and to some !!!!!
Gives me Euphoria to see this…we humans have overcome a lot let no one say that we cannot seize tomorrow….we are stronger than we know…even through this grim time we are facing. We will rise from it….and charge forth…to a better future …Amazing not one word about how well he or his government did. They both could do with listening to his speeches.