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Korean War Remembering the Korean War, a brief history, the battles, and Remembrance Pages of the casualties from Nova Scotia.
Telegraphist Air Gunners The unique connection of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, to the Telegraphist Air Gunners (TAGs) Fleet Air Arm, Royal Navy of World War II. Of the three thousand TAGs trained, five hundred seventy completed their training in Yarmouth at RCAF Station Yarmouth - East Camp.
Our YouTube Channel Wartime Heritage videos on our YouTube Channel Songs and stories of the war years shared with audiences across Nova Scotia, and in England by 440 Productions. The Channel contains some fifty-eight (58) videos of stage performances and video movie clips presented between 1994 and 2008.
Our Facebook Page Visit our Facebook page. Remembrance Pages, stories, articles, and photos relating to the war years posted daily.
440 Productions A history of the Public presentations of wartime stage musicals and videos of Wartime Heritage (440 Productions), picture galleries, and Nova Scotia and England tour information.
The Wartime Heritage Association is a volunteer non-profit organization committed to remembering wartime heritage and history.
Stories, History and Photos of the War Years Sharing wartime history and personal stories, information, and photos of World War I, World War II, Telegraphist Air Gunners, and the Korean War.
World War II Remembrance pages and Information on Nova Scotia casualties from sources that include the Books of Remembrance in Ottawa, the Canadian Virtual War Memorial (Veterans Affairs), the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, the American Battle Monuments Commission, War Memorial, and other local sources.
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World War I The wartime history of Yarmouth, Digby, and Shelburne Counties of Nova Scotia, those who gave their lives in the service the nation and the men and women who served.
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The Wartime Heritage Association research includes: World War I: Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia - Casualties and Those Who Served Shelburne and Digby Counties, Nova Scotia - Casualties World War II: Province of Nova Scotia Casualties Yarmouth County Casualties RCAF Station Yarmouth (East and West Camp) Telegraphist Air Gunners, Fleet Air Arm Royal Navy (Yarmouth, NS and United Kingdom) Canadian RCAF Casualties (Ages 16-18) Civilian War Dead commemorated by the CWGC Korean War: Province of Nova Scotia, Casualties Yarmouth County Casualties As of April 2021, some 1650 pages of casualty names, individual remembrance pages, stories, articles, photo pages, and news pages have been created in remembrance of those who served and those who died during WWI, WWII, and the Korean War. The website now contains some 5750 names of casualties and the details of their service. In addition, the website contains a history of 440 Productions/Wartime Heritage stage presentations and video productions. Thousands of service records have been researched in the preparation of the website.
George Churchill Kenney Lieutenant General George Churchill Kenney (born in Yarmouth NS) was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross “for extraordinary heroism in action near Jametz, France, October 9, 1918.” During World War II, he was given command of Allied Air Forces in the Southwest Pacific in September 1942 Lieutenant General Kenney, in command of American Air Forces in the Southwest Pacific, directed one of the most decisive operations of World War II in the crushing defeat of a twenty-two ship Japanese convoy off the coast of New Guinea.