Monday, May 28, 2012

Memorial Day 2012

Christmas in "No Man's Land," WWI 1914
My late father was a Veteran and many of my friends (inside the Goth, Blogger, and Political scenes) spent time giving their life for their country.

The Christmas Peace of 1914 was the last of its kind, but we can get there again.  How? My vision of a Utopian World will be an upcoming post.  As someone who studied the world since the Roman Republic and studied World War One and its aftereffects, military and human nature interact.  To be continued...

Here is the history of Memorial Day, as told by the Department of Veterans Affairs:



And to conclude, here is a scene from the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Watch and understand.

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