Remembering Animals in War: “They Had No Choice”

Very few of us find this weekend lacking in emotion. Perhaps from our own personal experiences or just hearing stories and memories of war from older relatives, we all make a point of honouring the dead by wearing a poppy, respecting the two-minute silence, as well as attending our local Remembrance Parades too. All of…

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Animals in War: They Didn’t Volunteer – They Had No Choice

Most of us find this time of year very emotional. And so we should. From our own personal experiences and memories, hearing stories of war from older relatives, to the hundreds of annual Sunday remembrance parades across the land. All of it helps us reflect deeply about how lucky we really are as a nation; and…

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Remembrance Sunday Service for Animals in War: 10.30am, 10th November, London

My dear friend, Senior Anglican cleric Pastor James Thompson from North Wales, known to so many as ‘The Animals Padre’ is determined that the animals are remembered in the Nation’s 2 minutes silence on Sunday at the same time as are the humans, at their very own memorial in London. The annual Act of Remembrance…

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