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WWII veteran who died alone receives the funeral he deserved

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WWII veteran who died alone receives the funeral he deserved

WWII veteran who died alone receives the funeral he deserved

Flight Sergeant Peter Brown died alone in London at 96 years old.

With no known relatives in the UK, a campaign sought to organise a military funeral for the WWII veteran.

And after a monumental effort, he was finally laid to rest.

Report by Reeda.

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