Remember me - echoes from the lost generations
Text - Fabian Ware Speech
 
 

On Armistice Day last year, I spoke to you full of hope. I was able to record a real drawing together of those who had been enemies of one another in the Great War – a drawing together in common remembrance of their dead – their ten million dead. It was not that under the influence of time they were forgetting the Great War; the scars are deep and permanent and will be borne by the nations for many generations to come; but they were learning slowly to understand that all who had given their lives during those four years of darkness, whether friend or foe, had given their lives in a cause which they held sacred.

Common remembrance of the dead of the Great War is the one thing, at times the only thing that never fails to draw our peoples together

 
   
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