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Re: Commonwealth graves in France
What a touching story about the Aussie boys and the tin sign. Being the
mum of a 20-year-old strapping Sinclair lad myself, it brings a tear to my
eye (don't ever tell him!),but a chill to my spine.
Thank you for telling us about the graves of the fallen young soldiers
in France, and all over Europe. We need to be reminded of the worst that
can happen, in order to appreciate all that is good in our world.
Toni in Canada
From: ann.l.sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, 10 January 2002 4:18
Subject: Commonwealth graves in France
> Dear Laurel,
> There are over half a million commonwealth graves in France alone.
> of Sinclair's among them. When you travel up through the Somme, front
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