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i give my sincere condolenceis, may all the brave men rest in peace and have the reputations and recognition of what they were....heroes
Donna Bailey Wiltshire - United Kingdom [17/09/2001 at 09:16:14]

I am currently working on a project on commemoration (with a specific focus on he First World War), and would be keen to contact other academic (amateur or professional) researchers in this area. I have a bibliography I am happy to share with anyone interested. Please feel free to contact me.
Charles Booth Bristol - United Kingdom [06/09/2001 at 17:34:12]

great site and exactly to the point, I've been around the web, and around the Somme and the Ypres salient amongst other areas this year on my bicycle and find your site as near to the real point of this sort of "pilgrimage" as any I've seen. I would like, however, to suggest that as a post war reminder of the suffering of even those who "came home" there are such poems as "The march of the dead" by Robert Service, who survived and "Dulce et decorum est" by Wilfred Owen who didn't! Keep up the good work I'll be looking in from time to time
Russell Galt Paris - France [24/08/2001 at 10:22:43]

Your site was reviewed in September issue of Stand To, The Journal of the Western Front Association of which I am a member..I found it very informative and nicely laid out. I am a frequent visitor to the battlefields of the Somme and Ypres areas. I will be adding your site to my list of Favourites.
Please keep up the good work.

Jose Eglinton Dunfermline, Fife - United Kingdom [13/08/2001 at 21:39:16]

It was really interesting to see your news about the Cycling The Somme group. We visited The Somme in June and saw the group's entries in the visitors' books of the many military cemeteries we visited - over 80. Some of them were very tiny, in really out-of-the-way places. Well done and good luck with the project! We also remember them and mean to go back soon.
Jean Machell and Stuart McDougall Stockton-on-Tees - United Kingdom [12/08/2001 at 20:38:49]

In memory of:
Private Alexander Brankin, # 10651, 2nd Bn, Gordon Highlanders, KIA 10/29/14; Private Simon Brankin, # 15924, 8th Bn, King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regt.) KIA 03/02.16; Sergeant George Brankin, # 14-16204, 14th Bn, Royal Irish Rifles, KIA 06/08/17; and Private P. Brankin, # S-24324, 9th Labour Bn, Cameron Highlanders, KIA 10/31/17.
THEIR NAMES LIVETH FOREVERMORE!

Philip Brankin Geneva, Illinois - USA [10/08/2001 at 21:25:27]

the poetry part of this website came in very handy! keep it up
mali prasad brisbane - Australia [28/07/2001 at 06:48:44]

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