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The Silent Ode - ANZAC Day in Auckland

The Silent Ode - ANZAC Day in Auckland

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Memories: Lest We Forget

Prayers From The Fallen: "As I get older all of my friends are dying off. Many were killed during the wars. All those buddies were lost over there," he gestures with his hand. "Please remember I was no hero. I was not brave. I was scared. I ran often. I did more praying. Still do it."


See also: Anzac Day (Archives) Remembering A Man Of Peace - ANZAC Day April 25 1998 was a special day for Chino Mulligan. It was his last. His life is a poignant reminder of the most destructive century in the history of this world. His wish for a lasting peace was an impassioned cry, for all who remain, to approach the advent of this new century with a desire for conciliation at home and abroad. See... On ANZAC Day: Remembering Chino: a Man of Peace

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