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war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper

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A selection from more very kind comments we have received:

My warmest compliments on your splendid website! Very many thanks for your magnificent email ... I will certainly acknowledge your valuable contribution in my book.

I have read what has been put on your website about my great uncle, and it has helped me find out more about him and his family. I would just like to say thank you for your work with this project 

I have discovered  online your virtual war memorial. My compliments to all who must have worked so hard on this project.

I would like to congratulate you on the website; I have found some very interesting articles regarding my own family and others I know.

Greetings from Canada, and a hearty congratulations on the work you and your volunteers have done.

Wow thank you for all that information. I am so grateful for your professionalism and prompt reply.

Your website is excellent and gave me the start I needed in fully researching this Brave Soldier.

Thank you for all your hard work in putting this puzzle in my family together.

Just seen the website at Dover being a Dover boy was overjoyed  to see my dad's name and my mother and grandmother. I am 76 now and to find  this at Dover has thrilled me no end and made me proud to be a Dovorian. Thank you and God bless.

You do wonderful work.

You were a big help when i started off on this journey, your help was very much appreciated.

Thank you once again for all your help, which made it possible [to return the effects of the casualty to his family].

Thank you very much for your research. This helps me to understand the circumstances of [this casualty's] death. I have studied the drifters, the brave men, and their unsung contribution to the war effort in their tiny ships.

If it wasn't for the interest from people like you, these names would disappear.

Thank you for the wonderful memorial to [my father's friend] on your website.

You were most delightful and knowledgeable to listen to earlier this afternoon, and both you and Simon are obviously jolly cheerful fellows with a good sense of humour.

What you've already achieved, Maggie, on behalf of your inventive site, is so wonderfully presented that I must admit I'm in awe of your dedicated achievement. No flannel flowery, purple prose on my part towards you whatsoever, for you've managed to successfully capture and encapsulate the memories of our elders' wartime experiences as well as those of what their parents' and others of the same generation imparted to them.

I cannot thank you enough for all the time you have taken to provide such valued information.

Marilyn has been so helpful and enthusiastic about helping to create this book.

Thank you for making this great site in remembrance of all the young men that lost their lives during the World Wars.

You made my day today because it's been such a long while since I conversed with anyone on a similar wavelength, although you were definitely more quick off the mark than I was.

Thank you once again for your friendly and enthusiastic help.

Your patronage is quite a coupe and certainly well deserved for the creativity and high professional standard of the content of your site.

When you started the DWMP  did you ever envisage that it would turn out like it has, helping people to find out about their loved ones,  reuniting people and just such a wonderful website.  You deserve a medal.    I am so very proud to be a very minute part of it. Thank you.

Keep up the good work!

Kind Remarks

More Kind Remarks 2
updated 25thJanuary 2009

More Kind Remarks 3
updated 13th January 2010

More Kind Remarks 4
updated 29th January 2011

More Kind Remarks 5
updated 4th January 2012

More Kind Remarks 6
updated 11January 2013

Special Kind Remarks
Presentation of Unknown Warrior Window

More Kind Remarks 8
updated
11 February 2014

More Kind Remarks 9
updated
4 January 2015

More Kind Remarks 10
updated 3 January 2017

 

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