A soldier’s voice - Jean Bogner, standing in front of a painting of her father Wilfrid Dennis, reads out a poem Wilfrid had written about his time in the war. The writing offers a stark and poignant description of the realities of trench warfare.

He did not want to talk about it.Like so many veterans of the two World Wars (and the many battles that have been fought since) Wilfrid Dennis chose not to tell his family much about what he’d lived through. Both Wilfrid and his brother, Laurence served during the first World War.He and Laurence both joined […]

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