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"john boy"
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Places Served: aldershot/albermarle bks ouston-father LI- gib- berlin NI- lemgo- colchester- shrewsbury-tidworth left82
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PostSubject: CWG   11/7/2011, 21:32

Good evening gent's

Artical I have just read "Anew service which could be of great value to those who have relatives buried in a Commomwealth War Grave anywhere in the world. The War Graves Photographic Project has pictures of 1.6 million graves and head stones which can be ordered direct from their website at www.twgpp.org.

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On going campaign for medals awarded to sevicemen/women by grateful countries abroad to be worn legally along side those awarded by our own country .The NMBVA (National Malayan and Borneo Vetrans Association) aim to get recognition for those who served in the area.Application forms for th Pingat Jasa Malaysia Medal must first be obtained via website
www.nmbva.co.uk
or SAE to Fred Burden MBE
44 Meadgate Av
Great Baddow,Chelmsford
Essex
CM2 7LQ
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PostSubject: Re: CWG   11/7/2011, 22:23

Good sites John
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PostSubject: Re: CWG   12/7/2011, 00:28

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Good sites John

Thanks Gordon
Also check out story about an Australian CPL Benjamen Roberts-Smith(AUS SAS)who has been awarded the VC for bravery in Afghanistan very interesting

lol!
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PostSubject: Re: CWG   12/7/2011, 07:32

I read about that some time ago HERE


Interesting.
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PostSubject: Re: CWG   12/7/2011, 17:32

No offence John but I don't see why relatives should have to pay for a photo of their loved ones graves. I've been involved in taking photographs of war graves in my area for the site linked below. These are free although it is probably not as extensive as the one you listed. It is getting there though.



http://www.britishwargraves.co.uk/
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PostSubject: Re: CWG   15/7/2011, 05:53

"john boy" wrote:
Gordon. wrote:
Good sites John

Thanks Gordon
Also check out story about an Australian CPL Benjamen Roberts-Smith(AUS SAS)who has been awarded the VC for bravery in Afghanistan very interesting

lol!

Huge man too, about 6 foot 8 inches. Now his SAS cover is blown, he is used as a PR man for the Australian Army, get invites everywhere, parades, official functions, big sporting events. Good on him. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: CWG   15/7/2011, 07:18

Rather he gets the invites than some grubby politician.
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PostSubject: Re: CWG   18/7/2011, 20:59

Gordon. wrote:
Rather he gets the invites than some grubby politician.

Well said, that man...... cheers
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