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I love this site, wonderful links, to bad the subject matter is really quite sad. So many died for so little gain on either side. Suggested reading - "The Myth Of The Great War" by John Mosier. Many will find the authors conclusions controversial, but if nothing else, very thought provoking reading.
Dennis Bremerton - USA [14/07/2003 at 07:49:29]

A very interesting site. Have an unusual memorial near here in the village of Denchworth. It is a war shrine on the Fox Pub which would have been erected during the war for villagers to remember those serving and those who had died. Can send you a photo if you are interested. Regards Trevor
Trevor Hancock Wantage - United Kingdom [12/07/2003 at 18:03:54]

Soldier to soldier, man to man, the thoughts of many generations are with you all.
Andy Knight London - United Kingdom [11/07/2003 at 20:39:09]

This site is terrific! I think its very good we have sites etc, like this today to remember who risked there lives to fight in the Great war, some leaving home and never to return, others left comming back with the terrible mind scaring thoughs from battle always left in their mind. We gained a lot from this war with new technolgy and such......buts its nothing compared to what we lost from it to. I am trying to learn as much as I can about this great war even though its not going on today,its effected the way I live today for the freedom I have,and who lost there life fighting for it. I am trying to find a current vetrern who would share just one story with me. It would be my utmost honor to be granted this gift because eventually it will be to late and there won't be any to tell stories:{ IF any of you know of any vetrans and they would be willing to share a story with me I would be grateful of thsi becasue I have always wanted to hear a war story my whole life before ti to late. IF any of you know a vetran tahst still living could you possibly try and get in contact with me It would make me so happy to hear form sumone who put there life on the line for everyone my e-mail is [email protected]

I thank you and god bless

Joe Janesville - USA [09/07/2003 at 09:23:07]

I have been to the Somme and Ypres and will always honour those brave men who gave their lives for us.Let us contine to also respect those handful of veterans still alive today.
martin peacock newcastle-upon-tyne - United Kingdom [02/02/2003 at 18:58:12]

What a lovely site. I am a Home School teacher of older teenagers. My students enjoyed studying the development of film as it has paralled the various wars, and we have used film extensively. Next term I plan to use your site as a valuable supplement to the study of the Great War.
ethel patrick Virginia Beach, Va - USA [27/01/2003 at 02:38:49]

Nice site and very interesting.
Michael Gavaghan Wigan - United Kingdom [25/01/2003 at 00:54:06]

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