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VJ day

By K's19604/7/2020 12:22Sat Jul 4 12:22:28 2020

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The government has cancelled all VJ day events. Personally I find this most upsetting especially as the lock down is easing. A service at Lichfield Cathedral has had to be cancelled 700 hundred people were to attend likewise St Martins in the Fields were to host a service of remembrance.. Nothing makes sense any more.

I apologise for this post but this Forum is the only place that I can air my views.

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By supahoops74/7/2020 13:21Sat Jul 4 13:21:42 2020In response to VJ dayTop of thread

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No need for any Kind of apology in my view.
My late, great old neighbour Fred was in the 'Chindits' and I
tend to think about him around VJ Day.

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By K's19604/7/2020 16:44Sat Jul 4 16:44:45 2020In response to Re: VJ dayTop of thread

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Thanks I appreciate it. Ord Wingate did a great job stopping the enemy from invading India. Your great old neighbour can be proud of his achievement .

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By Berkshire Hoops4/7/2020 17:14Sat Jul 4 17:14:42 2020In response to Re: VJ dayTop of thread

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It's around this time , certainly VE Day, that I think of my uncle Roy. He was one of the first soldiers who liberated Belsun concentration camp. 'Nuff said.

Keith.

Why worry, be happy.

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