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Story for the South African Legion of Military Veterans by Charles Ross with photos by Sergeant Kevin Fenton. Recently however, Tom Mason of SA Legion-UK came across this memorial & the head stone surrounding it. Today we visit one of the gems of French medieval architecture – Amiens Cathedral, where the Australian and New Zealand soldiers have been honoured. The service was attended by members of the South African Legion of Military Veterans, MOTH’s and Royal Air Force Association. A ceremony with military uniforms, slouchhats, Ambassadors and dignitaries, army bands, national anthems, the Last Post, crowds of visitors as well as the local population of this small French village which will “never forget Australia”. @Vincent Bergeron, you could email me (email address on the About page), but probably a better route would be to use a service like pastebin and link to the code here. Need to clarify.Code examples or methods provided on this article will work as a part of the web page. The much heavier ship, the SS Darro, which rammed the Mendi had not been following safety protocols for sailing in fog conditions, and furthermore did not stop to rescue the men in the frigid February water. One had discipline problems but was able to be controlled to some extent and was used to suppress the other, which remained at Courtine and basically disintegrated as discipline failed completely. South Africa’s ports such as Cape Town, Durban, and Simon’s Town, were also important refuelling-stations for the British Royal Navy, helping to keep the vital sea lanes to the British Raj open. At the conclusion of the Dawn Service, we attend the local community service, led by the Mayor, at the French monument near the town hall in Villers Bretonneux. From there we visit the most spectacular British Commonwealth memorial in France – the Canadian National Memorial on Vimy Ridge. Using the dateFormat javascript command in IDE, I manage to successfully select most of the date links when recording and playback. The objective was to fight German forces in that colony and to capture the elusive German General von Lettow-Vorbeck. However, in some instances we have date links which have exactly the same dates, but each link refers to different pages. The other thing I forgot mention above is that if do replace the hyphens with slash (as was suggested in previous posts), then IE works by Firefox and Chrome break I am pleased to say there was a wreath on her grave that appears to have been placed by at least one of her grandchildren & friends from the Blind Veterans-UK. The greatest tragedy was yet to come as due to racial prejudice and the politics of the time this event was somewhat down-played through the years and not enough recognition given to these men, Keep in mind that, as noted above, this library does not have robust date parsing (which is simply passed off to whatever the browser supports natively). for example none of the black servicemen on the SS Mendi (neither the survivors nor the dead), received medals, nor any other members of the South African Native Labour Corps, although their white officers were decorated as a consequence of a South African Government decision. Before heading into Amiens, we will travel across the old Bullecourt battlefield and view the moving statue of an Australian soldier at the Bullecourt ‘Digger’ Memorial. regexp = regexp.replace("qqqq", dddd); regexp = regexp.replace("qqq", ddd); regexp = regexp.replace("qq", dd); regexp = regexp.replace("q", d); regexp = regexp.replace("a", a); regexp = regexp.replace("kkkk", MMMM); regexp = regexp.replace("kkk", MMM); regexp = regexp.replace("kk", MM); regexp = regexp.replace("k", M); regexp = regexp.replace("gggg", yyyy); regexp = regexp.replace("gg", yy); This is not (currently, anyway) a date parsing library, beyond a few basic formats that can be handled by the native Date constructors cross-browser. South Africans also saw action with the Cape Corps as part of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force in Palestine. To give perspective on the scale of the disaster and the loss of life and the impact to the black South African community at the time, page down through the honour roll of the South Africans who lost their lives that day, it’s quite staggering. winter coats on sale mens wool coats cashmere coat pea coats black wool coat velvet coat cheap winter coats shearling coat shearling coats mens wool coat long coat womens barn coat faux fur coat dark blue trench coat jacket for ladies p coats for women ladies winter coats and jackets coats for winter sports coats spring coats women long pea coats for women women long coat womens long winter jackets faux shearling coat wool peacoat cute rain jackets winter coats women womens designer coats trench coats for men military trench coats


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