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News Articles from Wartime Heritage Italian Campaign Remembrance Ceremony held on February 28, 2020 March 3, 2020 Event at Wedgeport Legion Feb. 28 to Remember Italian Campaign February 28, 2020 Family finds closure in visit to long-missing Second World War officer's grave Arthur Gavel died in mysterious plane explosion in 1944 November 9, 2018 Weymouth's Little Warships Remembered May 20, 2014 Wartime Heritage to Introduce a New Website October 23, 2012 New book features the story of Yarmouth's own; Midshipman Malcolm Cann - one of the 1st four Canadian's to die in the First World War May 9, 2011 Season's Greetings from the Wartime Heritage Association December 15, 2010 Wartime Heritage and Battle Of Britain Day 2010 September 19, 2010 Wartime Heritage Remembers The 65th Anniversary of VE Day May 8, 2010 Wartime Heritage Association's Glen Gaudet & George Egan Attend Buckingham Palace Event and Visit Canadian Memorial in Green Park July 11, 2009 Wartime Heritage Association's Glen Gaudet & George Egan invited to Buckingham Palace July 9th June 15, 2009 Season's Greetings From Wartime Heritage December 18, 2008 Wartime Heritage Obtains UK Veterans Badges For Three WWII Veterans May 17, 2008 Association's Wartime Exhibit Opens At The Yarmouth Mall March 22, 2008 March 28, 2008 Keeping Our Wartime Heritage Alive February 26, 2008 (From The Vanguard, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) Putting Our History On Display February 26, 2008 (From The Vanguard, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) Wartime Heritage Project Started At Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School October 2, 2007 Wartime Heritage Declares Support For England's "History Matters - Pass It On" Campaign January 10, 2007 440 Productions Supports The Establishment Of Veterans’ Day In England June 27, 2006 440 Productions Recognises 2006 As Year Of The War Bride February 9, 2006 News Articles (External Links) WW1: The Famine of Mount Lebanon - As a proportion of the total population, more people died in Greater Syria than anywhere else in the world during the First World War. Read more at: Schoolboy Sailors who died at Gallipoli (Torquil, then 14, and Ronnie, 15, were assigned to HMS Goliath, a pre- dreadnought battleship that was brought out of retirement at the start of the war.) Read more at: Decorated World War II Fighter Pilot Dies at Age 93 (Fox News) May 1, 2014 Remembering Addie Tupper, a "Royal" Nurse Wednesday, April 10, 2013 WWII Bomber Crew Buried in Italy (Belfast Telegraph) July 18, 2013* Battle of Britain Veterans Mark Kent Memorial Unveiling (BBC News) July 14, 2013* British Soldiers who fought for Canadians finally added to First World War Memorial after 80 years (National Post) July 13, 2012* WWII Compass Found, Returned to Great Grandson (The Border Mail, Australia) July 2, 2013* WWII bomber visits Canada ( June 28, 2013* WWII riveters return one last time to bomber plant (USA Today) June 17, 2013* Folkestone memorial arch to WWI troops gathers support (BBC News) June 13, 2013* WWII Dornier Bomber Raised from English Channel (BBC News) June 10, 2013* First World War Centenary Plans Revealed (The Telegraph) June 9, 2013* Back on the Beaches One Final Time (Mail Online) June 6, 2013* Spitfire Heritage Trust Fights to save WWII Airfield (The Telegraph) June 2, 2013* Memorial Service Held in Tribute to Brave Naval Fiers (Portsmouth News) May 28, 2013* Fleet Air Arm Remembers Ultimate Sacrifice on 60th Anniversary (Royal Navy News) May 28, 2013)* Duke of Kent unveils Portsmouth WWI Memorials ( February 19, 2013*
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