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Images of WWII - Jack Burgin’s Photograph Album Photo No. 159

by actiondesksheffield

Contributed by 
actiondesksheffield
People in story: 
Jack Burgin
Location of story: 
Jerusalem, Palestine
Background to story: 
Royal Air Force
Article ID: 
A6954762
Contributed on: 
14 November 2005

Eighth Station of the Cross. Jesus consoles the women of Jerusalem. “Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not over Me. Weep rather over yourselves and your children. For if green wood is treated thus, how will the dry wood be treated?” (Luke 23:28)

This story was submitted to the People’s War site by Roger Marsh of the ‘Action Desk — Sheffield’ Team on behalf of Jack Burgin and has been added to the site with his permission. The author fully understands the site's terms and conditions.

The eighth Station is marked by a Latin Cross on the wall of the Greek monastery.

On leave in Palestine September 1943

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