Brave And Forgotten Soldiers Persuasive Speech

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How do you feel knowing that there are hundreds of thousands of unrecognised soldiers out there that have fought for our country and have never came home and also how many are still lying there in the western front today? I am here today to share with you why we must replace our brave and forgotten soldiers memorial with a much bigger and better cenotaph and much better gardens filled with poppies and rosemary plants and other vibrant plants to make their garden stand out so visitors and our own staff and students will notice it and take a minute to stand and remember our brave and innocent soldiers. Here are my reasons why, 1st of all average and everyday Australians and so called black diggers gave up their life, career and family to protect…show more content…
It was impossible for men not to die due to the constant gun fires, but even though the chance of surviving were slim they took that chance knowing that it was what had to be done and that they would do anything to protect our country even if it included seeing your best mate get shot or even yourself. Our soldiers took pride in our country and kept that pride with them until the day they died. The ones that survived and returned home had serious mental issues and most ended in suicide even with years of…show more content…
The weekly income was far from enough to keep everything happy and healthy at home. Times were rough on the western front but they knew how to move on and keep fighting. How happy do you think our soldiers will feel when they come to find that Australia is a happy and wealthy country due to their contributions but then how upset do you think they’ll be when they come to find that Calamvale has not taken enough time and effort to at least build a decent cenotaph to remember the thousands that have passed fighting for our nation. “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few”. Winston Churchill august 20 1942. I believe we should rebuild our remembrance cenotaph with a bigger and better one and also make our gardens have flowers and plants rather than a few dying plants and dirt, is this how we want to remember them? Lest we forget their heart lest we forget their soul and lest we forget them."They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember
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