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ARMED FORCES DAY - 24TH JUNE, 2017Veterans' Day was first observed in 2006 in the United Kingdom and then in 2009 the focus and name of the event changed to Armed Forces Day. Rather than only commemorate veterans, it became a day when the public in UK could show their appreciation for all the men and women in the British Armed Forces serving or retired, full time or part time. READ MORE HERE:
Armed Forces Day and Other Matters - By Major General David Shaw CBEVeterans' Day was first observed in 2006 in the United Kingdom and then in 2009 the focus and name of the event changed to Armed Forces Day. Rather than only commemorate veterans, it became a day when the public in UK could show their appreciation for all the men and women in the British Armed Forces serving or retired, full time or part time.
Today marks 35 years since the end of the war with Argentina over the Falkland IslandsOn this day in 1982, the 74-day occupation of the remote Falkland Islands ended as Argentinian commander General Mario Menendez surrendered to the British at Stanley, the capital of the Falkland Islands.
Staying In Touch by Major General David Shaw CBEI finished the last article by hinting that I’d talk about Ken Loach’s film I, Daniel Blake, which won the Palme d’Or recently. This film documents what happens when an older man, living in Newcastle, has a heart attack and can no longer do his job.
Veterans’ Needs - By Major General David Shaw CBEThink for a moment. What would you do if you had no job, no money, your family had split up and you had no home of your own?
WAS YOUR ANCESTOR IN 'BRITAIN'S GREATEST BATTLE?The 8th of May marked the end of WW2, so if your ancestor served during the war you might like to read this fascinating account of the twin-battles of Kohima and Imphal, known now as 'Britain’s Greatest Battle' and also the greatest Japanese military disaster of all time.
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