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enfrMAY 14-24 MAI, 2021
enfrMAY 14-24 MAI, 2021

Day

September 21, 2019
My father, from Winnipeg, was with the Royal Canadian Artillery. He left my Mother and two little children to sail from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to the northwest part of Scotland and then south to England. He was gone from February 1941 to August 1945, surviving WWII, thank God. He was a captain when he left...
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Next spring, a very special flower bulb — the Liberation75 tulip — will bloom across Canada. The Liberation75 tulip honours the Canadian men and women who served during the Second World War and is a symbol of the enduring Dutch-Canadian friendship. The Canadian Tulip Festival, the embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the...
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Uncle Angus was shot down over Germany in 1944. His remains are interred in the Netherlands. Our son had the honor of visiting his grave and was moved by the care that is taken to maintain the cemetery’s of our family members.
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Dad was in the Canadian Army, R.C.E.M.E Corp. He served in England, France, Belgium and Germany. He was in Holland for the Liberation with many other Canadian Soldiers. He stated that the experience was when he felt closest to God in his life. The Dutch people had been so demoralized and starved during the German...
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He help liberate Holland, he used to tell us about entering Holland and seeing all the children hungry and scared and seeing the joy on their faces when they saw the Canadian troops
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He help liberate Holland, he used to tell us about entering Holland and seeing all the children hungry and scared and seeing the joy on their faces when they saw the Canadian troops
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We represent 6000 Canadian Veterans in Radar. The Oboe Radar system was used during operation Manna to guide the air drops for desperately needed food. 35 – 50% of allied radar mechanics were Canadian. These Tulips will be planted at our museum to honour them. Steve Bourdeau SORM President
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My grandfather went to war leaving behind a wife and 9 children. Following the war my grandmother came to Canada with 6 young children leaving 2 behind who were over 16 at the time
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