Victory Comes with a Price

Arlington National Cemetery Washington DC

Inspired by this week’s challenge Victory

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10 Responses to Victory Comes with a Price

  1. mukhamani says:

    The unsung heroes who made all the difference.

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  2. We’ve visited a lot of battle sites and war memorials over the last couple of years, and it is striking how visitors, films, exhibits focus on tactics and weaponry, as if this wasn’t about mass slaughter. Great application of this theme.

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    • Rightly said. Every war is a license to kill, be it the Victor or the losing side. Men are killed, wives are widowed and children orphaned. That’s the ultimate truth of a war.

      Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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  3. Helen C says:

    This touches me, Suyash. I like the photo and the title.
    Then, again, there are people who have paid the price but never tasted the victory… How am I supposed to think of that? ;-(

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