November 8, 2019
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Last year marked the 100th anniversary since the armistice which ended the First World War. This year, events have taken place across the UK and US to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. In 2020, it'll be 75 years since VE Day, victory in Europe. Remembering and honoring those American, British and other soldiers who fought for our liberties is not just important as a means of reflecting on our history, but a vital opportunity to come together and pay tribute to the freedoms we all share today. We have some really interesting articles in this week's newsletter, including Pete Lawler's powerful reflections on the tragedy of Exercise Tiger at Slapton Sands, a look at one amazing veteran by Liesl Bradner, and details on commemorations for Veterans Day and Remembrance Day in the UK and Europe at the many American Cemeteries which honor those who lost their lives. Enjoy your newsletter.
Article One

New Transatlantic Employment Programme for Veterans Announced

Article Two

Can Americans Vote in the UK 2019 General Election?

Article Three

Lib Dem Peer says US Expat vote for UK Election needs addressing

Article Four Veterans Day and Remembrance Sunday marked in the UK and Europe

Article Five Slapton Sands’ WWII Secrets

Article Six The Bones of Thomas Paine

Article Seven NFL London 2019 Game 3: Bengals at LA Rams

Article Eight The American Society in London’s Thanksgivings

Article Nine Thanksgiving at restaurants in the UK 2019

Article Ten 529 Plan Summary – new rules on saving for a US education

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