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WWII Casualties of Nova Scotia March 1945 They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. A listing of the names, dates of death, service numbers, ranks, cemeteries/memorials, ages of death, and places of birth or residence at enlistment. The list is not complete. As research continues, names and information are added
WWII Casualties - Nova Scotia (Yarmouth Co., NS) Charles Gerald Boudreau Sergeant (Air Gunner) #22 OTU RAF Royal Canadian Air Force Died January 14, 1942 Age: 25 Updated Remembrance Page
WWII Casualties - Nova Scotia (Kings Co., NS) Kenneth Waldon Eagles Private Algonquin Regiment Killed in action: March 3, 1945 Age: 19 Updated Remembrance Page
George Egan speaking with WWII Veteran of the Italian Campaign, Charles Muise, who served with the Irish Regiment of Canada in Italy. The presentation included some of Charles’ wartime experiences.
WWII Casualties - Nova Scotia (Hants Co., NS) Thomas Edward Church Private 1st Marine Raider Battalion, US Marine Corps Killed in action: August 10, 1942 Age: 22 New Remembrance Page
WWII Story Archive
WWII Story Archive Remembering the Italian Campaign World War II An abbreviated version was presented at the Royal Canadian Legion, Wedgeport by George Egan, Chairman, Wartime Heritage Association, on February 28, 2020
WWII Casualties - Nova Scotia (Cape Breton Co., NS) Alexander Sutherland Pilot Officer/Wireless Air Gunner Royal Canadian Air Force 419 Squadron Killed in action: March 15, 1945 Age: 22 New Remembrance Page
From left: Miff O’Connell, Charlie Muise and George Egan at the Wedgeport legion, where an event was held last week honouring and remembering those who took part in the Italian campaign during the Second World War. O’Connell and Muise both took part in the campaign. Egan, representing the Wartime Heritage Association, was guest speaker for the Feb. 28 event in Wedgeport. - (photo) Eric Bourque
WWII Casualties - Nova Scotia (Lunenburg Co., NS) Weldon Fader DeLong Corporal Company K, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment 1st Marine Division United States Marine Corps Killed: November 3, 1942 Age: 27 New Remembrance Page
WWII Casualties - Nova Scotia (Yarmouth Co., NS) Fred L. Hubbard Staff Sergeant 182nd Infantry Regiment United States Army Killed: March 11, 1944 Age: 25 Updated Remembrance Page
WWI Casualties - Yarmouth, Nova Scotia Frank Kinney Private 64th Battalion/25th Battalion Killed in Action: April 28, 1917 Age: 16 Updated Remembrance Page
WWII Casualties - Nova Scotia (Yarmouth/Annapolis Co., NS) Ira Bertram Morehouse Aircraftman 2nd Class Royal Canadian Air Force Died: October 30, 1941 Age: 23 New Remembrance Page
Even if we are isolated in person, we can still be united in spirit. As the War showed us so many years ago, we are all stronger than we think and however desperate things may seem today, remember that we can still be kind, we can still laugh… and we can still sing.”