Hello Marek, Walt, I don t know if it s for the same event but I caught a section of the news yesterday, which showed a WWll veteran complete with medals etcMessage 1 of 6 , Jul 8, 2005View SourceHello Marek, Walt,I don't know if it's for the same event but I caught a section of the news yesterday, which showed a WWll veteran complete with medals etc who had gone to London especially for a reunion, but it was all chaotic and he had to try to return to his home. So I think it would be wise to phone before venturing out this weekend.With warmest regards,Krys
Ipswich, UK----- Original Message -----From: wszeskoSent: Friday, July 08, 2005 2:52 PMSubject: [Kresy-Siberia] Re: WW2 Commemoration Parade: London Sunday, 10th July 2005Marek,
I wouldn't worry about London this weekend,IMHO I'd bet it's one of
the safest cities on the planet..These scorpions don't strike twice
within our vision "of the crater" or during our heightened attention
span. The risk for them is far too high.
Unfortunately,I'd expect that anything of a celebratory nature would
be toned down or cancelled after such a tragedy..
Where exactly is The Mall in London? My son lives there and I would like him to see this but don t know the address. edzietarskiMessage 1 of 6 , Jul 8, 2005View SourceWhere exactly is "The Mall" in London? My son lives there and I would like him to see this but don't know the address.
edzietarski <edzietarski@...> wrote:
This message is intended for those in the UK.
As many of you know, this week has been
designated as World War 2 60th Anniversary Week.
This culminates in a Commemoration Parade this
Sunday, 10th July at 4pm along The Mall in London.
The organisers have given the Polish contingent the
honour of being part of the leading group, and a
request has gone out in the UK-based Polish
community for as many of us to turn out as possible.
Federation of Poles in Great Britain
email: office @ zpwb.org.uk
telephone: 020 8741 1606
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... The Mall is a road running along the North side of St. James s Park. Buckingham Palace (The Queen Victoria Memorial) is at the West of The Mall. TrafalgarMessage 1 of 6 , Jul 8, 2005View Source--- In The Kresy-Siberia Yahoo! Group, Anne Kaczanowski wrote:
> Where exactly is "The Mall" in London? My son lives thereThe Mall is a road running along the North side of
> and I would like him to see this but don't know the address.
St. James's Park.
Buckingham Palace (The Queen Victoria Memorial)
is at the West of The Mall.
Trafalgar Square (Admiralty Arch and Nelson's Column)
is at the East of The Mall.
The map link below may help (centred on Marlborough House):