World War II, CS Lewis, and Flowers of Remembrance

Join Susan Fox as she goes back in time to imagine being in England during World War II, which is what her father experienced. CS Lewis is offering comfort to the nation via the still rather new medium of radio. There were black-outs, air raids, and all sorts of other horrifying things. Then fast forward in time, to the flowers you place on the grave of one who served. A thought provoking post on many levels.

Memorial Day, Garden of Memories

Comments

  1. Susan Fox says:

    Margie,
    Thank-you for your review, great comments and publishing the reflections of my Father’s WWII experience in The Blog Library. It’s unimaginable to really know what war must have been like 2nd hand but we try and give gratitude when we can.
    Susan

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