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Unearthing Classing Articles from Previous Issues of The Voice Magazine

Remembrance Day is just a few days away.  Each year, The Voice‘s writers find many reasons to remember.

Layers of Remembrance.  Writer Bill Pollett relates how the tentacles of war reached far into his family.  “… I would listen to the sounds of overturning furniture, wild curses, dishes shattering against the wall–all the sounds of a lifetime of pain and anger booming like a circling storm, a great unstoppable force.”  Lost & Found — Row Upon Row, November 10, 2004.

Their faces to the foe.  Columnist Hazel Anaka examines the importance of continued remembrance.  “While the rules and tools of combat have changed over the decades, the mission and the goals remain the same: to protect the efforts for peace and freedom around the world.”  From Where I Sit—Remember, November 6, 2014.