Remembering the nation’s fallen warriors

  • Letters
  • Friday, 16 Nov 2012

There seems to be a lack of appreciation for why we should know and commemorate our history and war heroes.

SOME weeks ago in an article about the normality of foreign funds entering our country I referred to the official visit of President Lyndon B Johnson. As the video shows, the centrepiece of that visit was a remembrance ceremony at the Tugu Negara: there were flag-bearers, musicians, prayers and speeches.

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Opinion , Politics , armed forces


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