Korean WarRemembering the Korean War, a brief history, the battles, and the casualties from Nova Scotia.
Telegraphist Air GunnersThe 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 ChannelWartimeHeritagevideosonourYouTube ChannelSongs and stories of the war years shared with audiences across Nova Scotia, and in England by 440 Productions.
440 ProductionsA history of thePublicpresentationsofwartimestagemusicalsandvideosofWartimeHeritage.
The Wartime Heritage Association is a volunteer non-profit organization committed to remembering wartime heritage and history.
Canadian History 11 School Project Information for high school students completing research on World War I and World II.Designed for Yarmouth County Students. Pages contains photos, newspaper articles, and links.
World War IIInformation 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 IThe wartime history of Yarmouth, Digby, and Shelburne Counties of Nova Scotia, those who gave their lives in the service the nation and the menandwomenwho served.
Explore the history of the war years on our website, the Remembrance pages of those who served, the stories, the articles, and the photos. Use the navigation bar or the search box to find specific individuals or topics. Discover the unique history of wartime Nova Scotia. Read about us, our initiatives and our history. If you have a comment, information, or would like to share wartime stories or photos on our website, please contact us. Your support of our initiatives is always appreciated
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D-Day June 6, 1944On June 6, 1944, Allied forces invaded Western Europe along an 80-kilometre front in Normandy, France. Of the nearly 150,000 Allied troops who landed or parachuted into the invasion area, 14,000 were Canadians. The Canadians suffered 1074 casualties, including 359 killed. Remembering the Nova Scotians Killed in Action on June 6, 1944