I dedicate this post to everyone, regardless of race, creed, nationality or colour, who has been affected by any action of war, or of war itself.
My maternal Grandfather... killed when he was in the Home Guard... I never knew him.
My father... a member of the Canadian forces who come over to the UK in WW2 and gave his life in Italy.. I was 9 months old.. I never knew him
And my mother.. who worked in the Land Army during WW2 - I was so lucky to have had her in my life until just a couple of years ago.
There is no more I can say .....