THE LITTLE GRAVES THAT HAVE NO NAME

Neal Pollard Lance Corporal Francis Ledwidge, a 26-year-old Irish soldier, was one of 10 million people killed in World War I.He died July 31, 1917, in Belgium. He was a poet, and he wrote the following before the war: And now I'm drinking wine in France, the helpless child of circumstance. Tomorrow will be loud … Continue reading THE LITTLE GRAVES THAT HAVE NO NAME