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Forgotten Soldier

By Remy Benoit

   Who is the Forgotten Soldier?

   Do you know one?

   Are you one?
  Join hands across the Atlantic and visit with Sean in the United Kingdom to get to know some of the Forgotten Soldiers.  Visit with those who knew them, with those of us who so much want them to be remembered.

  Do you have a story to tell?

  Do you remember you Dad or Granddad telling you stories about World War II?  Perhaps you can share them at ForgottenSoldier.

  My Grandmother was an Air Warden. My Aunt joined the ranks of Rosie the Riveteer. What was your Aunt, or Grandmother doing in the days of ration stamps and Victory Gardens? If you were around then, what were you doing?

  Visit with The Forgotten Soldier and share your story.

  Forgotten Soldier.

  What did it feel like when The Lights Came On Again All Over the World?


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