WW1 in 3 minutes. A long tradition of Love and Hate

Scarce heard among the guns. (Blogs about WW1)

There’s a good tradition of love and hate staying by the fireside 
There’s a good tradition of love and hate staying by the fireside 

And though the rain may fall – your father’s calling you 
You still feel safe inside 
And though your ma’s too proud – your brother’s ignoring you 
You still feel safe inside 

Tanita Tikaram

Just the other day i drove through the graves of heroes. There was no roads when they were buried, maybe tracks, but no roads. Their graves remain, but their names or clan long forgotten. They were buried perhaps from two or three thousand years ago to 1747. I drove passed the house of a soldier who died on the 11th November 1918. There is a long tradition of love and hate in this part of the world. Heading south along the braes were the Devil met Dundee, i must confess I would have fought…

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