Greek freedom fighters, May 19 is the day of remembrance of the Pontian Greek Genocide (1916-1923). Records kept mainly by priests show a minimum 350,000 Pontian Greeks exterminated by Turkish troops and Kurdish para-militaries. Other sources including foreign missionaries mention 500,000 deaths, most through deportation and forced marches into the Anatolian desert. Greek cities (Pafra, Samsous, Kerasous, and Trapezous) endured massacres and deportations that destroyed their populations.
Victory Day (9 May) " Victory Day, as he was far from us, As in the fire melted extinct coal. There were miles, charred in the dust - This day we were approaching as they could. Chorus: This Victory Day Smell of gunpowder, This holiday With graying at the temples. It is a joy With tears in his eyes. Days and nights in open-hearth furnaces Our homeland is not closed eyes. Days and nights of hard fought battle -This day we were approaching as they could.
1890 - Circular Quay, Sydney. Check out the original ferry terminals to Manly and Watsons Bay and the horse-drawn carts as they grace the harbour foreshore to what is now the home to one of Sydney's most iconic buildings, The Opera House.
《Veteran's/Remembrance Day》 Americans; Today is not just a day off from school or work, it is a day dedicated to all the men and the women who have served this country, who have risked their lives for all of us. We should take a moment and thank them for doing what they do and have a moment of silence for our fallen. Thank you. #veteransday #remembranceday #thankyou
The Fallen heroes: Severus Snape, Fred Weasley, Vincent Crabbe, Colin Creevey, Lavender Brown, and Remus and Nymphadora Lupin, and the 50 other casualties that were unidentified individual. Not to mention all those that died during the muggel born registration period