John Dick was born in Stirling, Scotland in 1920 and in 1939, enlisted with the RAF as a Wireless Operator.
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Fred Lawson joined the 89th Battalion of the CEF in Red Deer, Alberta in 1915, and soon afterwards transferred to the 10th Infantry Battalion in Calgary.
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Frank Wilkinson was born in Toronto, Ontario on 27 March 1921 and enlisted with the Canadian Army on 7 September 1939.
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Molly Lamb Bobak had an interest in art from an early age.
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Lorraine and Thelma Milner were sisters-in-law who both served with the Women’s Division of the Royal Canadian Air Force.
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The 25 pounder was the basic field gun of the Canadian Army during the Second World War, and was considered to be the best artillery piece of its time.
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"It was that red hair, that straight-up cockiness. You knew he was going places."
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Behind every soldier in the field are the people who got them there, keep them there and get them home again.
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William James Fowler was the son of English immigrants who grew up in the Crowsnest Pass area of British Columbia.
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During the Second World War, the Canadian Pacific Railways transformed major portions of their main shops in Montreal and Calgary to build munitions, naval guns, gun mounts and tanks.
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Stan and Joe Milner were brothers.
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Jarvis and Thomas Milner had very different experiences during the war.
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Joe Milner Sr. served in both World Wars.
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Since war began, dogs have accompanied their humans into battle.
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Paul Pineau grew up on a farm in Bloomfield, PEI in a family of eleven children.
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Paul LeFaivre was a signaler with the 264th Canadian Landing Craft Infantry (LCI) flotilla.
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Francis LeFaivre was a Navigator/Observer stationed in Northern England during the war.
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During the Cold War, Canada was one of those countries which might have been a target for a potential preemptive nuclear strike by the Soviet Union.
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During the Second World War, some 350,000 Allied airmen, were trained through the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
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