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The Forgotten Army

During World War Two the British 14th Army fighting in Burma considered themselves to be the Forgotten Army, even though they were the largest Army in WW2. The press paid little attention to what was going on there and focused on North Africa and the European theatres. By the time the Japanese surrendered and those …

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Forgotten in a Pink World?

I was sitting in a chapel in Ely Cathedral this afternoon and reflecting on the dedication of the chapel.  The focus is on prisioners of conscience and victims of torture.  The reredos of the altar shows the implements associated with the life of Christ including the scourge, the crown of thorns, nails and hammer.  The …

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