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UK Veterans, You Mean Something To Us Also. Harold Jellicoe Percival, a veteran of Bomber Command in WWII, died last month aged 99. There was nobody to attend his funeral.

A Veteran Died With Nobody To Attend His Funeral — What Happened Next Was Incredibly Moving.

Posted on November 11, 2013

Harold Jellicoe Percival, a veteran of Bomber Command in WWII, died last month aged 99. The death notice in his local paper said that there was nobody to attend his funeral.

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