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We will remember them

Antony Pritchett

We will remember them

the Roll of the Fallen in two World Wars, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire : results of research into the names, the regiments, age at death, date of death, and place of burial or memorial of those from Broughton Astley who fell in two World Wars

by Antony Pritchett

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Published by A. Pritchett .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the Reverend Antony Pritchett.
The Physical Object
Pagination36p.
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20633073M

  Entitled "WE WILL REMEMBER THEM", this volume deals with Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany and lists every casualty by cemetery/memorial. The information for each casualty can differ but in most cases the text is formatted as follows. Instead, we tend to remember and overemphasize the peak (best or worst) moment and the last moment, and we neglect the duration of an experience. This explains why a bad ending can ruin an entire.

  The book launch and signing for MIRAMICHI LADS AND LADIES: We Will Remember Them, edited by Johannes Bosma, will be announced at a later date. If you would like Johannes Bosma to keep a copy of the book for you, contact him at or [email protected] About The Book – MIRAMICHI LADS AND LADIES: We Will Remember Them.   We Will Remember Them. Series: The British Ace, Book 5 ; By Griff Hosker. Adult. It is late and the war grinds on. The Sopwith Camels are holding their own against the German war machine until they meet the Fokker Triplane and the pilots of the RFC began to fall. As the war drifts into the Germans have one last throw of the dice.

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