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Flying Officer James Tillet [Tuesday 11th November 2014 at 9:22 pm]
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Britain is full of reminders of the two world wars, even beyond the war memorials in almost every town and village and the pillboxes that cover the landscape. Take this small, little-known monument I discovered many years ago while exploring the roads and paths north of Fareham...



F/O JAMES TILLET 33454
R.A.F 238 SQN.
K.I.A. NOV. 6TH 1940
NEAR TO THIS MEMORIAL

He died so young, so we
that are left, grow old
knowing only freedom. Let
not future generations
squander such a gift.
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From: shozabred
Tuesday 11th November 2014 at 10:51 pm (UTC)
Hello. And what do you think about the closest imminent war?
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