THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN OTHER CONFLICTS, Greenford Broadway

Ten years ago today I created the 93rd post for Greenford 365. To mark the blog’s anniversary I will attempt to post a photo every day throughout 2022.

Forty years ago, on the 2nd April 1982, the Falkland Islands were invaded by Argentina. Two hundred and fifty-five members of the UK’s armed forces lost their lives in the subsequent conflict. The poppy wreaths left at the previous November’s Remembrance Sunday service have survived the winter, a continuing reminder of duty and sacrifice at a memorial created a century ago to remember the dead of the First World War.

Images and text ©Albertina McNeill 2022. Please do not reproduce without permission. All rights reserved. Do not add any of these images to Pinterest or similar sites as this will be regarded as a violation of copyright.

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