Why is Re­mem­brance Day still im­por­tant?

The Woolwich Observer - - COMMENT -

Ken­zie John­son

“Be­cause it’s im­por­tant to hon­our those that have fought and those that still fight to give us the ev­ery­day free­doms we take for granted.”

Irene Zettel

“Younger peo­ple should get in­volved and carry on the tra­di­tion.”

Char­lie Zettel

“It’s im­por­tant to me be­cause my fa­ther was in the ser­vice.”

David Pavlove

“My great un­cle lost his life in World War I, and it’s re­ally good to think that ev­ery­one is still re­mem­ber­ing.”

Debby Pavlove

“It’s es­pe­cially im­por­tant on the 100th an­niver­sary of the end of World War I to re­mem­ber and hon­our those who made so many sac­ri­fices in so many dif­fer­ent ways.”

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