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Thiepval Memorial – The Somme, France Strange today watching the Remembrance Ceremony at the Cenotaph, London that Commonwealth Countries which did not take part in World War I or II lay wreaths but the sacrifice of Irish soldiers is not represented. In World War I it is estimated of the 700,000 British military deaths 50,000 were Irish. Unlike in Britain, there was never conscription in Ireland so every Irish soldier was a volunteer.

Thiepval Memorial – The Somme, France Strange today watching the Remembrance Ceremony at the Cenotaph, London that Commonwealth Countries which did not take part in World War I or II lay wreaths but the sacrifice of Irish soldiers is not represented. In World War I it is estimated of the 700,000 British military deaths 50,000 were Irish. Unlike in Britain, there was never conscription in Ireland so every Irish soldier was a volunteer.

Pele Castle, Sinaia, Muntenia, Romania., I saw this product on TV and have already lost 24 pounds! http://weightpage222.com

Pele Castle, Sinaia, Muntenia, Romania., I saw this product on TV and have already lost 24 pounds! http://weightpage222.com

Mount San Michel, France, engulfed by the water at certain times revealing the splendor of construction. Set in a medieval town called Avranches, this monastery was fortified in the thirteenth century.

Mount San Michel, France, engulfed by the water at certain times revealing the splendor of construction. Set in a medieval town called Avranches, this monastery was fortified in the thirteenth century.

Visiting the Canadian War memorial at Vimy Ridge, France

Visiting the Canadian War memorial at Vimy Ridge, France

Visiting the trenches and Canadian War memorial at Vimy Ridge, France, where you can take a guided tour through the trenches and tunnels of this First World War

Arromanches ~ Gold Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of the Allied "floating pier" from World War II.

Arromanches ~ Gold Beach ~ Normandy ~ France ~ Remains of the Allied "floating pier" from World War II.

The Normandy American Cemetery - Normandy, France-My grandmother's brother, William Wallace Bogle, is buried there, he died in Brittany France on September 7, 1944, fighting in WWII.  My father was named "Wallace" in memory of his uncle.  I would love to be able to go and lay flowers on his grave, nobody in our family has ever been to the cemetery.

The Normandy American Cemetery - Normandy, France-My grandmother's brother, William Wallace Bogle, is buried there, he died in Brittany France on September 7, 1944, fighting in WWII. My father was named "Wallace" in memory of his uncle. I would love to be able to go and lay flowers on his grave, nobody in our family has ever been to the cemetery.

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