Sunday, November 11, 2018

DR Dougie

Armistice Day. 100 years on from the end of the First World War it seems more important than ever to remember the human tragedy and lives lost in conflict. 

The world seems to be becoming an ever more scary place as elements out there seem to be keen to re-enact the mistakes of the 1930s that led to the Second World War. People have short memories; commemorations and study of history are an important way to bring the rights and wrongs, sacrifices and tragedies of times past back in to the current consciousness.

Old images of services personnel always carry a poignancy to them as they beg the question, 'Did they make it through'. I hope this chap on his Douglas did.

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