Yet, their deaths seem to be less significant than the death of an old woman, whos death was expected, and who, you have to admit, didn't do THAT much for this country.
The truly sad thing here, 777236ER is that you CAN'T EVEN GRASP the importance of what she and His Royal Majesty did during The Blitz: it was their resolve not to leave, DESPITE the fact that their life of privelage would have made it easy for them to do so, as the Luftwaffe, and the V-1's were falling on London. They were basically saying to Hitler, and if you all will pardon the vulgarity "stick it up your ass, Adolph, we're staying put!", and it stiffened the resolve of the British People to NOT LET Hitler win.
It was her daily work of visiting the sick and wounded, and to even pitch in to dig through rubble from time to time, that made Britons damned proud of who they were during the rain from the skies. To be sure, the British people had a lot to do with that-and their courage helped inspire FDR to reach out to help America's birth country. But if not for the resolve of these two people, who lived such a "privelaged" life, Britian might, just might, not have been able to hold on in 1940/1941.
And reading that you're pissed that she did receive privelage, tells me that your jealous of this grand, little old lady!!. She helped Britian through one if it's darkest hours-what have you done that makes you think your entitled to such "privelage", except being the exceptional little snot you are?