Fury at delay in burials for British servicemen whose bodies were found in 2012!

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  1. v2

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    That's pretty sad.
     
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    Ah, the good old MOD...can't do anything right.
     
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    Terrible!

    You think that's bad though. A few years ago some German bodies from WW1 were found in France, and the German govt. said to keep them. The French military actually buried them in France with military honors. That is terrible, when your own govt. does not want you back.
     
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    soldiers of all nationalities that have died in the sertvice of their country deserve to be respected when they are buried. There should be no argument about that
     
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