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There's no finer way to pay your respects than laying a wreath on one of our pages. This simple personal act by you does more than recognize sacrifices made: it is a perpetual reminder that each loss was a son or daughter, husband or wife, brother or sister, or friend whilst providing research funding so we can bring comfort to other families and friends.
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This is what we do..... " father is having a bit of a rough time ... I know he would so like to thank you in person for what you have already researched. It brought him such comfort. He spends many hours thinking about his friend and the final mission where he was lost... he can't sleep for thinking about it. He wants to find out two things - how did his friend get to the base on 24 March 1944, and is there a transcript of the final communication with his plane somewhere?..."

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