British soldier Edward Dwyer sings "We're Here Because We're Here" 1916

British soldier Edward Dwyer sings "We're Here Because We're Here" in a 1916 recording.
Dwyer was killed in action at Guillemont, France on 3 September 1916. His grave is located at Flatiron Copse Military Cemetery, France.

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+3 1. Judge-Jake commented 2 days ago

Still better than any rap song I have ever heard. :D