Originally Posted by Mollers
Unfortunately, not all of your fellow islanders were alledgedly adverse to a change of 'mothertongue'.
Indeed, but he patently wasn't one of them. His name is engraved on the Battle of Britain Memorial on Victoria Embankment. You'll find him here: http://www.bbm.org.uk/pilots-c.htm
, F/Sgt M. Cameron. Not bad for an Irish farm boy.
As regards the other islanders, many of them had just laid down arms in the fight for their own mothertongue and wouldn't have been well disposed to assist the old enemy. However many thousands did just that, voluntarily, and many died as a result. Their memory has not been well served here either, Mollers.