Lest we forget those who died in wars

Doug Slowski

Doug Slowski of Nanaimo has made five trips to war graves of Canadian soldiers buried in Europe. He has been sharing the descriptions and photos from those trips, and it is a pleasure to post them here for all of our readers.

Remembrance day is the time to focus on the ultimate sacrifice of many Canadians.

See the descriptions and slide shows of the cemeteries in the top menu bar or click the links below.

Australian http://www.nanaimonet.com/432708469

Beny-Sur-Mer http://www.nanaimonet.com/432884219

Bergen-Op-Zoom http://www.nanaimonet.com/435250975

Brettville http://www.nanaimonet.com/435490940

Deville Wood http://www.nanaimonet.com/439167412

Dieppe http://www.nanaimonet.com/432884563

Iron Harvest http://www.nanaimonet.com/433626033

Juno Beach http://www.nanaimonet.com/432760110

La Point du Hoc http://www.nanaimonet.com/433181516

Menin Gate http://www.nanaimonet.com/440693248

Mimoyecques http://www.nanaimonet.com/433181220

Neuve Chapelle http://www.nanaimonet.com/440777120

Verdun http://www.nanaimonet.com/432653017

Vimy http://www.nanaimonet.com/440712460

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