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[Homework]2010-08-22 日本战败65周年祭奠

Their numbers is nowadays small, but their sacrifice remains enormous.
Veterans of the bitter war in the Far East came to the cenotaph to remember. 65 years after Japan surrendered to the mighty atomic bomb. The nation too paid respects.
When you go home, tell them of us and say for your tomorrow. We go are today.
They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.
The war which Japan costed 30,000 British and commonwealth lives. A further 12,500 men died in prison of war camps from beatings, disease and starvation. Now age 91, *, was a prisoner for three years.
The Japanese, in the nature of ..if they told you I don't sound....
The prince of Wales and duchess of Cornwall also attended today's ceremony. David laid a relief on behalf of the government.
Also there was *. He served * of a hospital ship, treating liberated prisoners of war, many barely alive.....
With many veterans now in their ninties, the numbers able to attends commemorations like these are slowly dwindling. While their memories may faded slightly with age, they pride in their part in the so called war remains as strong as ever.

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Their numbers nowadays is small but their sacrifice remains enormous.
Veterans of the bitter war in the Far East came to the cenotaph to remember 65 years after Japan surrendered to the power of the atomic bomb; the nation too, paid its respects. When you go home tell them about us and say for your tomorrow we go are today. They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old. Age should not weary them nor do the years condemn. At going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.
The war with Japan cost 30,000 British and commonwealth live and further 12,500 men died in the prison of war camp from beatings, diseases and starvation. Now aged 91 Alf Locar was a prisoner for 3 years. Japanese, they say, nature of as a together sun and I was breaking Japanese. The day I was a scientist studying in church mistake, to try to ban some and sentence you. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall also attended today’s ceremony. David camera laid a reef on behalf of the government.
Also there was Frank Shake, who serves abroad hospital ship treating liberated prisoner of war many barely alive.      
With full-grown men picked up in demolish. One man really. Some of them are disgusting.  Image was just horrible to watch and came near. When we first met, we brought a first upon the weapon, in Malaya. That was the worst scene that I have ever seen.
With many veterans now in their nineties, numbers able to attend conmemerations like these are slowly dwindling. While their memory may have slightly faded with age, their proud and their part in the so-called forgotten war remain strong as ever.
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  The numbers nowadays is small, but their sacrifice remains enormous. Veterans, the bitter warriors in the Far East, came to the cenotaph to remember. Sixty-five years after Japan surrendered to the might of atomic bomb, the nation too paid its respects. “When you go home, tell them of us, and say ‘for your tomorrow, we go up to there’ They shall grow not old as we were left grow old.”
  “Age shall not weary them, nor do the years condemn. After going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.”
  The war with Japan cost 30,000 British in commonwealth lives. A further twelve and a half thousand men died in prisoners’ war camps from beatings, diseases and starvation. Now aged 91 Alf Locka was a prisoner for three years. “ The Japanese, in their nature ~~ If they told you that there were some speaking Japanese, it is not I was saying. Some others just made some mistakes to try to adopt some sentences.”
  The Prince of Wales and the Duchess ~~ also attended to the ceremony. David Cameron laid a wreath on behalf of the government. Also there was frank sake who served a board of hospital ship, treating liberated prisoners of war, many barely alive.
“’With four grown-up men you pick up with more or less, one arm really, some were disgusting, it was just horrible to watch them come in. We brought a first ~~ weapon~~ in Malaysia. That was the worst thing I’ve ever seen. “
With many veterans now in their 90s, the numbers able to attend the commemoration like this are slowly dwindling. While their memories may fade slightly with age, their pride in their part in the so-called forgotten war remains as strong as ever.
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The numbers nowadays are small but the sacrifice remains enormous.
Veterans of the bitter the war in the Far East came to Cenotaph to remember 65 years after Japan surrendered to the might of the atomic bomb, the nation, too, paid its respects.
  “When you go home, tell them of us and say: for your tomorrow, we go are today. They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old. Age shall not worry them nor the years condemn.”
“After going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.”
The War of Japan cost 30,000 British and Commonwealth lives, a further 12 and a half men thousand died in prison war camps from beatings, disease and starvation.
Now, aged 91, Alf Locar, was a prisoner for 3 years, ”Japanese, say a nature…if they told you don't.. it, I was breaking the Japanese, they did not know what I was saying so i used a stick to draw a word and sentense here.”
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also attended today’s ceremony. David Cameron laid a wreath on behalf of the governments.
Also, there was Frank Thake, he served a board hospital ship treating liberated prisoners of war, many barely alive.
“With full-grown men, you pick up in horror. One half, really.  Some of them are disgusting. It was just horrible to watch and come out. When we first met, we brought a first low-opposed swap in malaysia. And it was the worst scene I have seen.”
With many veterans now in their 90s, the numbers able to attend the commemoration like these, are slowly dwindling. When their memories may  slightly fade with age, the pride in their part in the so-called forgotten war remains strong as ever.
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The numbers nowadays are small, but their sacrifice remains enormous.

Veterans of the bitter war in the Far East came to the Cenotaph to remember. Sixty-five years after Japan's surrender to the mighty of the atomic bomb. The nation too, paid its respects.

"When you go home, tell them of us, and say, for your tomorrow, we gave our today."

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years can them. After the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them."

The war with Japan cost thirty thousand British and Commonwealth lives. A further twelve and a half thousand men died in prisoner of war camps from beatings, disease and starvation.

Now aged 91, Alf Locar was a prisoner for three years.

Japanese has a nature of ... If they told you do some and I was breaking Japanese. They didn’t know what I was saying, so they used the tip of a stick to try and ban docs and sentence ya.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also attended today's ceremony, David Cameron laying a wreath on behalf of the governments.

Also there was Frank Thake, he served aboard a hospital ship, treating liberated prisoners of war, many barely alive.

"With four grown men, you will pick up and demolish one man(明显不对; 没关系, 中国老人的话有时也听不懂), really. Some of them are disgusting. It was just horrible to watch and coming near. When we first met, we brought a first ah'o approach on them in Malaysia. That was the worst scene I'll never say in here."

With many veterans now in their nineties, the numbers able to attend commemorations like these are slowly dwindling. While their memories may have faded slightly with age, their pride in their part in the so-called "forgotten war" remains as strong as ever.
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本帖最后由 ngkfgetg 于 2010-8-23 08:36 编辑

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The numbers nowadays are small, but their sacrifice remains enormous.

Veterans of the bitter war in the Far East came to the Cenotaph to remember. Sixty-five years after Japan's surrender to the mighty of the atomic bomb. The nation ,too, paid its respects.

"When you go home, tell them of us, and say:‘for your tomorrow, we gave our today."

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years can condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them."

The war with Japan costed thirty thousand British and Commonwealth lives. A further twelve and a half thousand men died in prisoner of war camps from beatings, disease and starvation.

Now aged 91, Alf Locar was a prisoner for three years.

Japanese has a nature of ... If they told you do some and I wasn't speaking Japanese. They didn’t know what I was saying, so they used the tip of a stick to try and ban docs and sentence you.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also attended today's ceremony, David Cameron laying a wreath on behalf of the governments.

Also there was Frank Thake, he served aboard a hospital ship, treating liberated prisoners of war, many barely alive.

"With four grown men, you will pick up and demolish one man, really. Some of them are disgusting. It was just horrible to watch and come near. When we first met, we brought a first ah'o port on them in Malaysian ship. That was the worst scene I've never seen here."

With many veterans now in their nineties, the numbers able to attend commemorations like these are slowly dwindling. While their memories may have faded slightly with age, their pride in their part in the so-called "forgotten war" remains as strong as ever.

另:那位老兵吟诵的是Laurence Robert Binyon, 1869-1943的诗句(http://www.westernfrontassociati ... /81-giong-down.html):

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old.
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them".
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Be a drop of water ...
本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-26 12:40 编辑

on ngkfgetg

The numbers nowadays are small, but their sacrifice remains enormous.

Veterans of the bitter war in the Far East came to the Cenotaph to remember. Sixty-five years after Japan's surrender to the mighty of the atomic bomb. The nation, too, paid its respects.

"When you go home, tell them of us, and say:for your tomorrow, we gave our today."

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them."

The war with Japan costed thirty thousand British and Commonwealth lives. A further twelve and a half thousand men died in prisoner of war camps from beatings, disease and starvation.
Now aged 91, Alf Locar was a prisoner for three years. "Japanese has a nature of ... If they told you do some and I wasn't speaking Japanese. They didn’t know what I was saying, so they used the tip of a stick to try and ban docs and sentence you."

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also attended today's ceremony, David Cameron laying a wreath on behalf of the governments.

Also there was Frank Thake, he served a border hospital ship, treating liberated prisoners of war, many barely alive.
"With four grown men, you will pick up and demolish, one man, really. Some of them are disgusting. It was just horrible to watch and come near. When we first met, we brought a first ah'o port on them in Malaysia. That was the worst scene I've never seen here."

With many veterans now in their nineties, the numbers able to attend commemorations like these are slowly dwindling. But While their memories may have faded slightly with age, their pride in their part in the so-called "forgotten war" remains as strong as ever.

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The numbers nowadays are small, but their sacrifice remains enormous.

Veterans of the bitter war in the Far East came to the Cenotaph to remember. Sixty-five years after Japan's surrender to the mighty of the atomic bomb. The nation, too, paid its respects.

"When you go home, tell them of us, and sayfor your tomorrow, we gave our today."

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them."

The war with Japan cost/ 30,000 British and Commonwealth lives. A further 12,500 men died in prisoner of war camps from beatings, disease and starvation.

Now aged 91, Alf Locar was a prisoner for three years. "Japanese has a nature of ... If they told you do some and I wasn't speaking Japanese. They didn’t know what I was saying, so they used the tip with a stick to try and ban docs and sentence you."

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also attended today's ceremony, David Cameron laying a wreath on behalf of the government/.Also there was Frank Thake, he served a border hospital ship, treating liberated prisoners of war, many barely alive.

"With four grown men, you will pick up and demolish, one man, really. Some of them are disgusting. It was just horrible to watch and come near. When we first met, we brought a first ah'o port on them in Malaysia.(这句话怎么听都觉得别扭,请问该怎么理解呢?them 我听不到,另外感觉好像有个词是threateningThat was the worst scene I've never seen yet.''

With many veterans now in their 90s, the numbers able to attend commemorations like these are slowly dwindling.
But while their memories may have faded slightly with age, their pride in their part in the so-called "forgotten war" remains as strong as ever.
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