Opinion

Remembering our fallen is a timeless honour regardless of the day

By Barry Prismall
November 7 2021 - 12:36pm
ETERNAL HERO: At an age when most young people today would just be leaving home, occupied with work and study, Captain Clarence Jeffries was fighting and dying for their future. We can never repay the debt we owe the thousands who died on the Western front. Picture: Barry Prismall
ETERNAL HERO: At an age when most young people today would just be leaving home, occupied with work and study, Captain Clarence Jeffries was fighting and dying for their future. We can never repay the debt we owe the thousands who died on the Western front. Picture: Barry Prismall

Yet another Remembrance Day will hurry past on Thursday, hardly noticed, a poor cousin of Anzac Day, but devoid of a public holiday and rarely observed at 11am.

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