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Captain Tom Moore: How the war veteran captured our hearts
by Hazel Shearing, BBC News
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23 April 2020
On 23 April 2020 BBC News reported:
There was an unmistakable sense of conviction in Tom Moore's voice as he addressed the camera after completing his walk. Moments before, the 99-year-old war veteran had completed the 100th lap of a sponsored walk around his Bedfordshire garden [to raise money for UK's National Health Service]. In just a few days, Mr Moore, nicknamed Captain Tom by his growing legion of fans, had risen from nowhere to the status of near national treasure.
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When he had started fundraising for the walk, it had been with the modest aim of raising British Pound Sterling 1,000. Inspired by the dedicated work of medics, Captain Tom had wanted to thank the 'magnificent' NHS staff who had helped him ... By the time he had reached the finish line, he had become a social media phenomenon and raised an astonishing British Pound Sterling 12m. By the teatime the same day, donations had risen to British pound sterling 15m. And the total keeps growing and growing and has now passed British Pound Sterling 17m.
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