Prince Harry meets Estonian troops, familiar faces

May 19, 2014

According to BBC News:

Prince Harry, who has twice served in Afghanistan, spent more than two hours meeting the multi-national forces, near the southern Estonian town of Otepaa.

Soldiers from the 1st Battalion the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment…have worked alongside their Estonian counterparts in Afghanistan…

On Friday he paid tribute to Estonia’s troops as he laid a wreath in memory of people who had died fighting for the country.

In the Italian leg of his visit, he will join commemorative events marking World War Two’s Italian campaign, focusing on the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Monte Cassino.

To read the entire article on BBC News, please click here.


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