Establish a National Memorial for UK Civillians Killed by Enemy Action in World War I & II

Establish a National Memorial for UK Civillians Killed by Enemy Action in World War I & II

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Jeffrey Borsack started this petition to UK Parliament

Our association is called "Civilians Killed by Enemy Action Memorial (CKEAM).  We represent the families & relatives of the estimated 80-90,000 UK civilians killed in the United Kingdom by enemy action during World War I & II.

Each year we attend the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey, and now at the Cenotaph on National Remembrance Day. Regretfully, there is no National Memorial to the UK civillians who lost their lives during those terrible times... Our aim, with your support, is to get such a Memorial erected.

This September marks the 80th anniversary of the commencement of The Blitz On Britain, so it's important that our voice is heard Now!

If you've lost a close civilian relative or other member of your family during World War I or II, please join us now. Even if you did not lose someone, but wish to be involved, please support our petition... We really appreciate it.

Thank You !

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