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Veterans for Peace, Remembrance Sunday 2014.

On this Remembrance Sunday, I joined the Veterans for Peace for a second time, marching to the Cenotaph to lay a wreath of red and white poppies to remember the war dead.

Speaking to Marta, Army Veteran and Council Tenant from West Hendon, facing eviction by Barnet Council.

March to the Cenotaph.

LINKS:
http://occupylondon.org.uk/veterans-walk-to-the-cenotaph-with-a-message-of-peace-gurkha-hunger-strike-and-troopshome2014/

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INHERITED REMEMBRANCE – POP TILL YOU DROP

POP TILL YOU DROP
In a box somewhere I have an old press picture of our great-grandfather’s funeral. His box then was a flag-draped coffin on a gun-carriage, parked outside an imposing church or cathedral porch, with bits of a horse and military honour-guard cut off by the frame. That was the end of General[…]

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