- Lee Wilkinson
- United Kingdom
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How will we remember those last remaining people who lived through World War Two? As soon they will be gone
It was only within the last year that the last remaining person to have been alive in World War One passed away. Within the next twenty years the remaining populous of those who lived through World War Two will also all but have vanished. How will we remember them? What lessons will we learn from their lives and their struggles? Will it simply become a part of history which is a dim memory to those of us who learned of it from our parents. will we forget the lessons which showed the best and worst side of the human nature? How much do we owe them?