I AM writing in response to Robin C. Oliver's letter asking if The Bugle is going over the top over its World War One coverage (July 24 edition).
I cannot praise The Bugle enough for their efforts and outstanding contributions on the Great War.
The book that the paper recently produced in honour of those brave soldiers, We Will Remember Them, is a must for anyone interested in the Great War.
I think this gentleman will have to get used to a lot more coverage of the war that is yet to come, especially when the BBC and other television channels begin their broadcasts this month onwards, and probably for the next four years.
I give talks titled Aspects of The Great War, and many people thank me for bringing them such detail and information that they were simply not aware of.
So, please Black Country Bugle, keep up your fantastic work on the Great War, which I am sure is very much appreciated by thousands within the Black Country and beyond.
I always finish my talks with:
Remember Them Today
Remember Them Tomorrow
Remember Them Always
Never Forget Them
I am sure that with all the tributes that will be paid during the next four years to all those who gave their lives for King and Country, during the Great War, will ensure that they will never be forgotten.
Michael F. Sampson,
10 Bassenthwaite Court,