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Last NameRankFirst NameUnitTheatre of OperationsLocationDate DeceasedPublished
ZUKOWSKICorporalZenonPolish ArmyWorld War IIToronto, Ontario, CanadaApril 26th, 1992July/August 1992
ZULAKPrivateHelenCanadian Women’s Army CorpsWorld War IIFebruary 8th, 2005November/December 2005
ZULIANIPetty OfficerJ.Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer ReserveWorld War IIThunder Bay, Ontario, CanadaJuly 13th, 1997March/April 1998
ZULINOVAble SeamanZenos (Zed)Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer ReserveWorld War IIQuebec, CanadaApril 27th, 1996September/October 1997
ZUMMACHGunnerH. Jack13th Field RegimentWorld War IIPort McNicoll, Ontario, CanadaOctober 16th, 1984February 1985
ZUMSTEINPrivateWilliam L.Royal Canadian Army Medical CorpsWorld War IILethbridge, Alberta, CanadaDecember 21st, 1999November/December 2000
ZUNICFlying OfficerNicholas M.Royal Canadian Air ForceSt. Boniface, Manitoba, CanadaApril 6th, 2006November/December 2006
ZUNICHPrivateTony A.Canadian ArmyWorld War IIFernie, British Columbia, CanadaJune 4th, 1994January 1995
ZURAWELLSergeantMichael1st Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light InfantryCalgary, New Brunswick, CanadaNovember 2006May/June 2007
ZURAWELLSergeantMichael1st Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light InfantryCalgary, New Brunswick, CanadaMay/June 2007
ZURBAPrivatePeterRoyal Canadian Army Service CorpsWorld War IIWinnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaJune 30th, 1993October 1993
ZURBAWalter, Sr.Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light InfantryWorld War IIWinnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaApril 8th, 1998September/October 1998
ZURBRIGGWarrant Officer 2nd ClassAlbert G.1st HussarsWorld War IIStratford, Ontario, CanadaDecember 13th, 2016November 2017
ZURBYWilliamRoyal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIOntario, CanadaJuly 13th, 1998March/April 1999
ZURBYWalterQueen’s Own Rifles of CanadaWorld War IIOntario, CanadaNovember 2nd, 2000March/April 2001
ZURCHValentine L.Canadian ArmyWorld War IIEdmonton, New Brunswick, CanadaJanuary 8th, 2012September/October 2012
ZURCHSergeantErnest W.1st Battalion Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical EngineersBritish Columbia, CanadaAugust 23rd, 2007November/December 2007
ZURCZAKAble SeamanZenonPolish ArmyWorld War IIEdmonton, New Brunswick, CanadaJuly 5th, 1994October 1994
ZUREKPrivateLudwickPolish ArmyWorld War IICastlegar, British Columbia, CanadaOctober 2nd, 1998March/April 1999
ZUREKPrivateGrzegorzPolish ArmyWorld War I, World War IIWinnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaFebruary 6th, 1990May 1990
ZUROWSKIFerdinandRoyal Canadian Naval Volunteer ReserveBritish Columbia, CanadaNovember 7th, 2003March/April 1999
ZUZARTESergeantPeter N.July 30th, 2005March/April 2006
ZVANIGAPrivateHans11th Field AmbulanceWorld War IICambridge, Ontario, CanadaAugust 6th, 1994November/December 1994
ZVANIGAPrivatePaulVictoria RiflesWorld War IICambridge, Ontario, CanadaSeptember 23rd, 1992December 1992/January 1993
ZWACKLloyd (Butch)Canadian ArmyWorld War IIPrince Albert, Saskatchewan, CanadaDecember 19th, 1992November 1993
ZWACKCorporalWalterCanadian ArmyWorld War IIVedder Crossing, British Columbia, CanadaApril 30th, 1998September/October 1998
ZWARICHCorporalPeterPrincess Patricia’s Canadian Light InfantryWorld War IISudbury, Ontario, CanadaJanuary 8th, 2004September/October 2004
ZWARICHPrivateClarence A.Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, Royal Canadian Ordnance CorpsKamloops, British Columbia, CanadaAugust 23rd, 2016November 2017
ZWARICHPrivateJohnRoyal Canadian ArtilleryWorld War IIManitoba, CanadaMarch 12th, 2007November/December 2007
ZWARTPrivateJackStouffville, Ontario, CanadaNovember 24th, 2017November 2018
ZWARTZE.J.Winnipeg, Manitoba, CanadaAugust 5th, 2007March/April 2008
ZWARYCHTrooperPeterCanadian Armoured Corps, Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIOntario, CanadaJanuary 10th, 2010September/October 2010
ZWERErnestCanadian ArmyWorld War IISurrey, British Columbia, CanadaFebruary 12th, 1995May 1995
ZWICKERRonald E.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIOntario, CanadaNovember 12th, 2002March/April 2003
ZWICKERLeading AircraftmanHollis J.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IINew Brunswick, CanadaJanuary 30th, 2003November/December 2003
ZWICKERWarrant OfficerFulton G. (Jim)Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Canadian Naval ReserveDartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaOctober 2nd, 2008March/April 2009
ZWICKERPrivateVernon B.West Nova Scotia Regiment, Princess Louise Fusiliers, ReservesWorld War IICharlos Cove, Nova Scotia, CanadaJanuary 21st, 2018November 2018
ZWICKERMaster CorporalRobert E.Canadian Armed ForcesChester Basin, Nova Scotia, CanadaMay 15th, 2016November 2016
ZWICKEREugene L.Korean WarSaint John, New Brunswick, CanadaApril 1st, 2019November 2019
ZWICKERLeman A.Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of CanadaBridgewater, Nova Scotia, CanadaSeptember 14th, 1982December 1982
ZWICKERPrivateGilbert M.Canadian ArmyWorld War IIColborne, Ontario, CanadaMarch 23rd, 2014September/October 2014
ZWICKERMaxwellMerchant Navy, Canadian ArmyWorld War IIBedford, Nova Scotia, CanadaOctober 1st, 2015March 2016
ZWICKEREarl H.Royal Canadian Army Service CorpsWorld War IIChester Basin, Nova Scotia, CanadaDecember 14th, 2015November 2016
ZWICKERRaymondRoyal Canadian Naval Volunteer ReserveGatineau, Quebec, Canada2004November/December 2005
ZWICKERHarold RRoyal Canadian ArtilleryWorld War IIPort Maitland, Nova Scotia, CanadaSeptember 5th, 1990December 1990/January 1991
ZWICKERCorporalLester A.West Nova Scotia RegimentWorld War IICaledonia, Nova Scotia, CanadaMay 28th, 1991September 1991
ZWICKERCorporalLawrence R.1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, 2nd Battalion Royal Canadian RegimentWorld War II, Korean WarLondon, Ontario, CanadaMay 12th, 1999September/October 1999
ZWICKERFrederick C.ReservesWorld War IIDartmouth, Nova Scotia, CanadaAugust 5th, 1999March/April 2000
ZWICKERKennethCanadian ArmyWorld War IITantallon, Nova Scotia, CanadaJuly 22nd, 1997March/April 1998
ZWICKERPrivateStanley A.Royal Canadian Army Service CorpsWorld War IINova Scotia, CanadaAugust 1997March/April 1998
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