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Seasickness for Many

Seasickness for Many

Openly admitting his experience with seasickness, Mr. Chow provides detail of the conditions onboard ship.

Joining the Army

Joining the Army

Mr. Chow speaks about his decision to join the army and how the sense of adventure intrigued him.

Recognition of Animals in War

Recognition of Animals in War

Mr. Swick details his involvement in spearheading the “Animals in War” project and his personal reasons for creating such a wonderful reminder of the important role animals played during wartime.

The War is Over

The War is Over

Mr. Swick shares a photo of himself returning to his platoon to share the good news.

Irony of War

Irony of War

Mr. Swick recalls an incident of friendly fire.

Decisions in Battle can Cause Regret

Decisions in Battle can Cause Regret

While commanding a platoon, Mr. Swick tells of a brave act of one of his soldiers in protecting the platoon and his personal regret of not properly recognizing that heroic deed.

Being Spit in the Face

Being Spit in the Face

While inspecting prisoners, Mr. Swick tells how a German Nazi spit in his face.

Gift of a German Dagger

Gift of a German Dagger

As platoon commander, Mr. Swick tells of when he was assisted by a young Dutch child in spotting the enemy.

Role of Commander

Role of Commander

Mr. Swick speaks about the decisions that have to be made as commander.

A German Soldier was my Friend

A German Soldier was my Friend

Sharing a photograph of a young German soldier, Mr. Fowlers tells the story of how he connected with this young man during the war and the importance of visiting his gravesite after wartime.

We all Serve as One!

We all Serve as One!

Proud of his Metis heritage, Mr. Fowler shares his experience of serving alongside many soldiers with different cultural backgrounds all fighting for the one country they love.

A Time to be Alone

A Time to be Alone

Mr. Fowler expresses his emotions during visits to the graves of many of his fellow comrades and the importance of remembering them.

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