"WWI in vivid detail: how a B.C man is bringing history to life with colourized photos."
Look at the way he speaks, such respect for history and the soldiers. And the way he speaks of his work-with tender loving care.
VDH: The Year That Changed History
The moment the war ended.
I'm not going to write much more about Remembrance Day because as I have written previously, I find myself getting more upset each year when I consider the sacrifices made and the current, voluntary surrender of Europe and the encroachment into North America and the rest of the West by the "neo" forces of totalitarianism. So I find it hard to balance my respect for those who fought, my sadness and anger about those who were murdered with my anger toward the feckless nihilists who have decided to wreck our civilization and throw us on the pyre of reckless and suicidal, one-way multiculturalism.
So I just can't.