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Putting A Value On A Life

It’s not something we like to do. We fight against the whole idea that one life is worth more or less than others. And taken to an individual level, even suggesting that such a value judgment could be made is … Continue reading

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Dad’s letters April/May 1945

So we reach another instalment. The war itself is coming to an end. The setbacks of the winter, the threat from the Battle of the Bulge are over. Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin had met at Yalta in the February. This … Continue reading

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