A widow's poem for fallen WW1 soldier
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Armistice Day: A poem for a fallen World War One soldier

When Pte Frank Evans was killed on a World War One battlefield, his widow feared she would never be able to visit his grave in France.

In 1919, on the anniversary on his death, Hannah Evans wrote a poem to her hometown newspaper, the Wrexham Advertiser, asking if anyone could place flowers on his grave.

Here are her words, hoping a kind stranger would read them and fulfil her wish.

  • 10 Nov 2018
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