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In the early morning hours of Less than two weeks after taking over as president after the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Confederate President Jefferson Davis writes to his wife, Varina, of the desperate situating facing the Confederates.

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Davis was in Charlotte, North Carolina, on his flight away from Yankee troops. It was three weeks This Day In History. Great Britain. World War I.

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Cold War. Wherefore, this thing must needs destroy the wisdom of God and his eternal purposes, and also the power, and the mercy, and the b justice of God. If ye shall say there is no sin, ye shall also say there is no righteousness. And if there be no righteousness there be no happiness. And if there be no righteousness nor happiness there be no punishment nor misery. And if these things are not b there is no God. And if there is no God we are not, neither the earth; for there could have been no creation of things, neither to act nor to be acted upon; wherefore, all things must have vanished away.

Wherefore, man could not b act for himself save it should be that he was c enticed by the one or the other. Wherefore, he said unto Eve, yea, even that old serpent, who is the devil, who is the father of all b lies , wherefore he said: Partake of the forbidden fruit, and ye shall not die, but ye shall be as God, c knowing good and evil. But if he comes out looking as though he is up to facing the process, and at that stage I had no idea what those processes would be, then please save him.

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My key thing was suffering. That was the only thing I was sure about in my head. They said 'No, no, he won't suffer' but I know now that's not true: they do suffer. She is keen to stress that she feels no resentment over the way she was treated by the medical staff. I think they all have the same questions about what they are doing every day: 'Are we doing the right thing? Just because we can, should we?

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So I don't feel betrayed in any way, but I feel it was obvious what the outcome would be. I remember when I was taken to the incubator to see him for the first time. I was howling and wailing, I thought it was so unnatural, so hideous, it didn't look right.

When you give birth, it's a natural process and this wasn't like that. Strange birth, choices to be made, difficult bonding. I had to wait six weeks to hold my son and when I did he was still attached to a ventilator and I had many nurses around me. It was all so clinical. An advocate or counsellor figure would, she feels, help the mother think more clearly about the situation. It's a fine balance, overloading pregnant mums — after all, you can't prevent a premature birth.

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I think it would be helpful if there had been an advocate. When we got a counsellor a few days after the birth it saved my sanity. Andy Cole is the chief executive of the charity Bliss, which campaigns on behalf of premature and sick babies. He said: "The decisions facing parents of these very tiny babies are extremely challenging. Sadly, most week babies will not survive, but a significant number do.

Doctors and nurses provide amazing care to these vulnerable babies. It is crucial that families receive the support they need at this incredibly difficult time. But for Alexia Pearce, it's important for families to fully understand too that the difficult times do not end when the baby leaves the incubator. I'm not saying babies shouldn't be saved. I am saying that the myth that there is a happy ever after needs to be explored and it's important that we talk about it.