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Last NameRankFirst NameUnitTheatre of OperationsLocationDate DeceasedPublished
ZAHARIAJohn G.Stoney CreekMay 7th, 2008November/December 2008
ZAHARIUKGeorgeCanadian ArmyWorld War IIMarch 24th, 2000November/December 2000
ZAHAROFFSergeantLeoRoyal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIPort AlberniApril 5th, 2016November 2016
ZAHARUKLeading AircraftmanWalter V.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIOntario, CanadaNovember 2nd, 2002March/April 2003
ZAHARYCHUKAlvinWinnipeg GrenadiersWorld War IISaskatchewan, CanadaMay 24th, 2011September/October 2011
ZAHAVICHLeading AircraftmanAlexanderRoyal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIPort ColborneJune 25th, 1991October 1991
ZAHNCorporalWilliam L.Lincoln and Welland RegimentFort ErieMay 16th, 1990September 1990
ZAHNGunnerJosephRoyal Canadian Horse ArtilleryWorld War IIBritish Columbia, CanadaAugust 24th, 2008March/April 2009
ZAHNJosephRoyal Canadian ArtilleryWorld War IIBritish Columbia, CanadaAugust 24th, 2007March/April 2008
ZAICHICKCorporalIsaacCarleton and York Regiment, ReservesEdmundstonMarch 18th, 1996August 1996
ZAIKOWTrooperMichaelThree Rivers RegimentWorld War IIBritish Columbia, CanadaMarch/April 2008
ZAISERPrivateErnest V.Lake Superior RegimentWorld War II1986February 1987
ZAISERTrooperHowardCanadian Armoured CorpsWorld War IIMedicine HatFebruary 28th, 2004September/October 2004
ZAITSergeantGordon7th Anti-Tank RegimentWorld War IIMelfortSeptember 7th, 1982December 1982
ZAJACVictorPolish Air Force, Royal Air ForceWorld War IIWinnipegJanuary 26th, 1983May 1983
ZAJACCorporalMike1st Polish Armoured DivisionWorld War IIWinnipegJune 6th, 1988September 1988
ZAJACCorporalMike1st Polish Armoured DivisionWorld War IIWinnipegJune 6th, 1988September 1988
ZAJACPrivateMike Sr.Royal Canadian EngineersWorld War IIAlberta, CanadaJanuary 15th, 2004September/October 2004
ZAJACCorporalRudolfPolish Army, British ArmyWorld War IIHamiltonNovember 28th, 1993March 1993
ZAJACZKOWSKISergeantKazimierz2nd Polish Corps, British 8th ArmyWorld War IIHamiltonJanuary 29th, 2007November/December 2007
ZAJACZKOWSKIRiflemanJohnRoyal Winnipeg RiflesWorld War IIGrandviewFebruary 12th, 1988July/August 1988
ZAJANCAUSKASPrivateWalterUnited States ArmyWorld War IIPort AlberniJuly 18th, 2007November/December 2007
ZAJICCorporalChester J.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIWainwrightApril 27th, 2012September/October 2012
ZAJICSapperJamesRoyal Canadian EngineersWorld War IIWainwrightApril 23rd, 1995August 1995
ZAKPrivateAdolph P.World War IIEsterhazySeptember 15th, 2011March/April 2013
ZAKM.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIWinnipegAugust 1990November 1990
ZAKCorporalMichalPolish ArmyWorld War IISt. CatharinesJune 25th, 2009September/October 2009
ZAKAIBAble SeamanEdward E.Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer ReserveWorld War IIQuebec, CanadaDecember 10th, 2003March/April 2004
ZAKAIBPrivateMichael N.Royal Canadian Army Medical CorpsWorld War IIQuebec, CanadaSeptember 19th, 1996March/April 1997
ZAKALStefanCanadian ArmyWorld War IIKingstonOctober 3rd, 1994February 1995
ZAKARCharlesWorld War IIHawkesbury1995February 1996
ZAKARIASSENStoker 1st ClassEinar M.Merchant Navy, Royal Canadian NavyWorld War IINova Scotia, CanadaMarch 17th, 2007November/December 2008
ZAKOSCorporalJamesKingstonSeptember 29th, 2014May/June 2015
ZAKRESKIJ.B.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIVictoriaMay 14th, 1985August 1985
ZAKRISONDavid M.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIVictoriaOctober 19th, 1985February 1986
ZAKRISONNorman24th Field Regiment, Royal Canadian EngineersWorld War IISaskatchewan, CanadaDecember 5th, 1997March/April 1999
ZAKRZEWSKIGeorgePolish ArmyCambridgeAugust 1st, 2002March/April 2003
ZALACraftsmanArthur ErnestRoyal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical EngineersWorld War IIVictoriaFebruary 1988
ZALAPSKICorporalWalterRoyal Canadian Army Service CorpsWorld War IIAlberta, CanadaNovember 18th, 2005March/April 2006
ZALAPSKYWilliamLight Anti-Aircraft Battery, Royal ArtilleryWorld War IIHamiltonJanuary 17th, 2011September/October 2011
ZALESLeading AircraftmanWilliamRoyal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IISaskatchewan, CanadaJune 10th, 1990October 1990
ZALESKIEugeneRoyal Air ForceWinnipegDecember 18th, 2010September/October 2011
ZALESKIWarrant Officer 2nd ClassJoseph E.Royal Canadian Air ForceWorld War IIBritish Columbia, CanadaNovember 27th, 2011March/April 2012
ZALEWSKIPrivateJanBritish ArmyWorld War IICalgaryApril 19th, 1984September 1984
ZALEWSKIEugeniuszWorld War IIJune 20th, 2002November/December 2002
ZALEWSKISergeantEdwardPolish ArmyWorld War IIWinnipegDecember 2nd, 2003September/October 2004
ZALINKOPrivateJamesPrincess Patricia’s Canadian Light InfantryWorld War IIParksvilleJanuary 24th, 1987April 1987
ZALMANOVITCHJohnRoyal Canadian Naval Volunteer ReserveWorld War IIQuebec, CanadaNovember 14th, 1999March/April 2000
ZALOPSKIGuardsmanVictorPrincess Patricia’s Canadian Light InfantryWorld War IIVictoriaNovember 4th, 1999March/April 2000
ZALOUMGeorgeMontrealMarch 3rd, 1991June 1991
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