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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.

George Richard Cross

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

George Dundas

“It appears George was bored,” says Dundas' great-great nephew, Kelly Dundas.

Alfred James Cook

“He had a large scar on his nose, and one night, he woke up in the middle of the night and a large rat was chewing on it.”

Arnold Moses

“The Moses family had a large farm to run on the Six Nations reserve, and the absence of the three Moses brothers was a huge burden.”

Claude Henry Rogers

"His energy and determination were splendid examples to the men working under him, and materially contributed to the success of our operations."

Leslie Hale

“Money is so scarce here, as I only get twenty cents per day. The rest of our money is kept for us until we get back.”

Percy Bradshaw

“When they took the bullet out of his arm in the [hospital] they gave it to him and he kept it all his life. He always carried it in his wallet.”

Hubert Arthur Bessent

Hubert Arthur Bessent was a man who fought selflessly for his country and returned a broken man who would come to lose everything.

George Edward Muggleton

One way Sergeant George Edward Muggleton and his regiment had fun was by hosting a competition to see who was the best-looking soldier.

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