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  • Sacred Places

    January 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Dan Black Wally Smith stands next to the Danger Tree at Beaumont Hamel. From the road near the Belgian village of Passchendaele, you look across a recently ploughed field to find a row of young kilted reservists from the Nova Scotia Highlanders standing shoulder...
  • Side By Side They Rest

    January 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Dan Black Gordon McArthur clutches the Canadian flag while next to his son Ian at the funeral. They grew up in different worlds, but came from the same country. They knew different people and experienced separate joys and hardships, but went off to war...
  • Guardians Of Remembrance

    January 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Victoria Fulford Bombardier Adam Pankratz stands guard during the ceremony. An eerie fog blanketed Portage la Prairie, Man., on the morning of Nov. 11. It was a fog so thick that people and objects seemed to disappear. Some said it was fitting weather for...
  • United By Remembrance

    January 1, 2002 by Legion Magazine
    by Ray Dick Two female World War II veterans examine the display of wreaths. There was pride tempered with tears for lost sons and daughters as Canadians gathered at the National War Memorial on Remembrance Day to remember the sacrifices to past wars and conflicts....
  • Carving Out Our History

    November 1, 2001 by Legion Magazine
    by Pat Sullivan   The Vimy Memorial turned 65 this year, and creator Walter Allward would have been pleased with the birthday presents. Not only did the federal government promise to spend millions repairing the monument, but the memorial and Allward himself became central characters...
  • Stuck In The Spin Cycle

    November 1, 2001 by Legion Magazine
    by Graham Chandler   Cut throttle to idle. Ease back on the stick to maintain altitude, reducing airspeed by one knot per second. At five knots above stall speed, gradually feed in rudder so full input is achieved at the stall. Voila! We are in...