They are central to our act of Remembrance. What adds to significance of the Memorials are the Names. They provide a personal connection to the past. This is very important. Names are History. Unfortunately not all memorials have names. The beautifully-located Memorial in Manotick, Ontario is an example. Is there a way to add poignancy by finding some names? There are a couple ways of doing this. In this short video Norm sources ten potential names of men from Manotick who died in the World Wars. This method can be applied to any of our War Memorials. Names matter.
Battle for the Song-gok. Canada Boy tonight you die! Interviewed by Norm Christie in 2007. Incredible interview outlining Ed’s platoon defence of the Song-Gok against an attack by 1,000 Chinese.
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