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Carden-Dalton Veterans

They all signed up to fight –non signed up to die—Every day is Remembrance Day

109th Victoria Road

Adams, Walter N

Bailey William –E Barber George W– Bell Albert                Bickell Russell– Black James– Boynton John

Cassidy Fergus— Craggs Robert—- Craggs Thomas

Davis Arthur– Dewell Richard

Fitzgerald Thomas

Jones  John J

King Arthur— King Henry

McDonnell Michael– McEachern Archie– McKay Clarence McNeal George– W McNeal Lyle T– Morrison Duncan

Sandiland James

Truman Edward — Tough Archie— Tough Wilbert H–      Tufts, Albert

Whittaker Alexander H

 

Research by FRances Fox Laver

WORLD WAR II
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The following is a list of Soldiers, who were POWs, in the Great War.The main camps for Canadians POWs were: Bischofswerda, Bokelah, Cellelager, Dulmen, Friedsberg, Giessen, Meschede, Minden, Scweidnitz, Sennelager, Soltau, Wittenburg, and Zossen.

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editted from the Victoria County Centenian History

The response of a relatively untrained and unmilitary people was spectacular. Two months after the outbreak of war, an unprecedented armada of 32 transports, escorted by 10 British warships, was convoying 33,000 soldiers from Canada to Britain; and within another four months a complete infantry division of Canadian troops was in action in France, Canada’s total contribution was ultimately to exceed 550,000 or over six times Wellington’s entire army at Waterloo.
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This articule submitted by FRANCES (FOX) LAVER)More to come
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Lisa Burke
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