To the End, They Remain

To the End, They Remain : Thoughts on War, Peace and Reconciliation

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Ray Clark had a simple idea: send a postcard - the same postcard - depicting a memorial to war dead to those who might share their thoughts with others on loss, remembrance, war and peace. The response was remarkable. Men and women from all walks of life, from the Cabinet, the House of Lords and the senior ranks of the British Army to ex-servicemen, military historians, journalists and war widows, felt moved to express their feelings in a few words on that postcard. This book will sadden, provoke and inspire. The royalties will all go to Help for Heroes, the well-known charity working for the wounded of the British Armed forces, and Action Cancer. `Peace, however uncertain, is always worth fighting for.' -Captain C.A. Head MC `It is our privilege, not our duty, to remember the sacrifice of soldiers in war and peace.' -John Elliott, editor of Soldier magazine `War is man-made. Peace is god-given. - Ann Widdecombeshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 156 x 230 x 10mm | 120g
  • The History Press Ltd
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 50 Illustrations, black and white
  • 075249967X
  • 9780752499673
  • 2,161,806

About Raymond Clark

Raymond Clark joined the British Army at the age of 15, going on to serve in Aden, Northern Ireland, Europe, and East Africa. His charity work for the Royal British Legion inspired him to send postcards to remind people about the importance of Remembrance Sunday, and the resulting collection of thoughts have been gathered over the last eight more