U.K. students write, deliver letters honoring WWI soldiers

07/10/2014 | Liverpool Echo (U.K.)

Students from Wallasey School in the United Kingdom recently visited the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey in London, where they delivered about 400 letters written by their school's students to the unknown soldier, who fought in World War I. Their messages joined others from across the globe for a project that honors members of the military who died in the war.

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