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Silent No More: Researching Our Great War Dead

by Glenn Wright

During the Great War, 1914-1919, more than 60,000 Canadians gave their lives, 20,000 of whom have no known grave. These men and women are buried or commemorated in France, Belgium, throughout the United Kingdom, in Canada, the United States, at sea and elsewhere. This presentation will explore the resources we can employ to tell their stories, including service documents, grave registers, hospital records and war diaries, but we will also examine relevant websites and published resources and, in doing so, visit the cemeteries and memorials to Canada’s fallen.

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