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Florence Green

Florence Green (Associated Press Photo)
Florence Green (Associated Press Photo)

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February 10, 2012 "Sorry to see a true veteran die. You lived a full life so now you may rest in peace. David R. Farrell, fellow veteran" - David Farrell (Peyton, CO)
February 10, 2012 "What a beautiful spirit. God Bless Mrs. Green and Family." - Don Burton (Bradenton, FL)
February 10, 2012 "God rest you, Florence. You saw the war to end all wars, and then lived through many more.

We have laid to rest the last of those who served in WWI. Now the veterans of WWII are leaving this life at the rate of 1,000 every day. Soon, no one will be left who can remember an entire planet embroiled in mortal strife.

It is critical to the survival of the human species that we preserve the memory of Florence Green and the many millions who served in these conflicts. Without their memory, we will soon again make the mistakes that brought us to war many years ago." - P Jackson (St. Louis, MO)
February 10, 2012 "May the eternal light shine upon her...." - James Willner (Baltimore, MD)
February 09, 2012 " God Save the Free World, but let it all be your way, you have helped it become imminent, Florence..." - Scott Boggs (Orlando, FL)
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Obituary for Florence Green
LONDON (AP) - Florence Green never saw the front line. Her war was spent serving food, not dodging bullets. But Green, who has died aged 110,...
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