Armistice Day

At 11 am tomorrow, I will pause and reflect.

I hope you will too.

At the going down and in the morning. We will remember them.

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  1. Ref, two years ago when I was in France for the Rugby World Cup with my family, my son and I were taken on a tour by a very dear friend of mine of the area around Verdun in the Ardennes. It’s hard to say what struck me more…stone remenants of villages obliterated during the fighting(So much unexploded ordinance in the ground, the villages could note be rebuilt), the Osuary at Verdun…or the American Cemetery about a half our drive from there, where I found the grave site of an American soldier who died on 10 November, 1918-exactly a day before the armistice was signed.

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