War graves in a London cemetery have been defaced by vandals using spray paint.
The graves – of Australian soldiers who died during the First World War – are in Harefield churchyard in the Hillingdon area. 195 more words
One of my favourite places to take a local walk is in the burial ground of St Leonard’s in Ludlow. The grounds are now a naturalised area for people to enjoy nature and wildlife, an attractive environment that residents and visitors alike can enjoy. 393 more words
The nations that took part in the Gallipoli Campaign are now all friends. To understand why this was not always the case we need to look back to the days of Empires and politics and the alliances of states and commercial interests that caused a melting pot of greviences, retribution, patriotic visions of grandeur and expansionist policies that brought about two great world wars within just a few years of each other. 1,783 more words
In Normandy we passed a war cemetery in a quiet clump ot trees surrounded by corn fields. As we looked around we noticed some of the gravestones looked a little different, perhaps 10% scattered around, and a closer inspection shows why: 9 more words