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Fields of remembrance

The Great War is never far away in a region where thousands of Canadians sacrificed and are buried. Photo essay by Phil Koch.

Fitzsimonds Brothers

Stephen Fitzsimmons was the fourth of five children, but was the first to join the army.

Herbert Gardiner

Despite many plane crashes, Herbert Gardiner survived the Great War.

John William Grant

John’s plane was once sabotaged while he was transporting a Russian high-ranking officer to another location.

Lyell Campbell Spence

On March 7th, 1918 he was awarded the Military Cross for "gallantry and devotion to duty as a forward observation officer (FOO) during an attack."

William Alexander Munns

The engine of the Jenny shifted back breaking Munns' foot and ripping the skin off his back.

Arnold Davidson

“Here, though, I don't think they have as good a way as the Canucks. It takes two Englishmen to plough where in Canada it only takes one Canadian.”

George Richard Cross

On October 5th, Cross was exposed to the chlorine gas. He's lucky to have survived.

Findlater John Charles Crang

Among the troops was 29-year-old Findlater John Charles Crang, who, before the fighting was over, would become a hero to his brothers-in-arms.

William James Proctor, Sr.

He enlisted with the 119th Battalion at Massey, Ontario, on December 27, 1915, 12 days before his 22nd birthday.

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