Lest We Forget

By guest writer Sommerville DonaldPoppy-Field

When the first world war ended in 1918, the number of soldiers killed was beyond comprehension. This was the first truly global war in history. After previous wars, the dead were left on the foreign field, which meant that grieving relatives did not usually have a grave to visit. The scale of the killed meant that millions of families in france, Britain, America, and of course Germany, did not have a focal point for their grief. Continue reading “Lest We Forget” »