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A First World War Story. My Theme for Remembrance
Posted on November 7, 2015 by irishroverpei
This was a story my father told me late one night in 1958 as we sat by a dying fire. He was smoking a last cigarette before beginning his nightly routine of winding the clock, putting the empty milk bottles … Continue reading →
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