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Post by SitangCampus »

US president Trump in his address to the British Royals at a palace hall, told the story of a young woman trying to repair a truck engine during WWII on London street, and the very woman was our dear Queen Elizabeth.

Talking about WWII, I often remember Sir Winston Churchill and his words "we will fight them in the air, in the water, over the land...and online if he lived till today.

Queen Eliza could be a living fossile to that humane disaster and historical victory, becuase nearly all the people involved had died, but she still remained, along with her dear darling, King Philips.

D-Day is a special day not only for English people and French people, but also to the people of China, because without the victory of Allied Forces in Europe, Japanese troops could not have been driven out of China sooner and Hiroshima and Nagasaki could have been saved from the bombing of Atomic bombs. The real victims were all women and children and the Royal family of Japan lost nothing, even temper.
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Post by Firefox »

Minor correction:
"King Philips" is not a king; he is "Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh" and husband of Queen Elizabeth :-|

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Ph ... _Edinburgh
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