Visit the Memory Project online

In preparation for Remembrance Day tomorrow, you may want to check out Canada’s ‘Memory Project’. The Memory Project is the ongoing creation a record of Canada’s participation in the Second World War and Korean War – as seen through the eyes of the veterans themselves; it is providing every living Second World War and Korean War veteran with the opportunity to tell their story through oral interviews and digitized artifacts and memorabilia. All of this information is being stored online and available to you at any time. Take a few moments today to listen to the first-hand accounts of Canadians at war. Click here to visit the Memory Project.

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