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Initial Setup for the Artillery

Initial Setup for the Artillery

Mr. Mercer speaks about being part of the First Commonwealth Division and his regiment’s responsibilities for setting up camp.

Welcoming the Canadians with a song!

Welcoming the Canadians with a song!

As the troop ship arrives in Pusan, an American brass band is dockside singing a song for the Canadians, a very humorous memory for Mr. Mercer.

Canadians Posted South

Canadians Posted South

Mr. Johnston recalls how he became posted on an American base as part of a joint Canadian/American force. He also comments on the differences in Canadian and US military equipment.

Celebrations (Or Lack Thereof)

Celebrations (Or Lack Thereof)

Mr. Knockwood explains the different receptions he received in the United States and Canada after returning from Korea.

Across the Atlantic and the First Fatality

Across the Atlantic and the First Fatality

The convoy of landing craft leaves Norfolk, Virginia. An early fatality awaits the vessels on the other side of the Atlantic.

Suspicions of Conspiracy (part 2 of 2)

Suspicions of Conspiracy (part 2 of 2)

Mr. Batt recalls being questioned by the FBI for a second time, and after transferring to the Cresent Park, hearing that the Duranda's captain and chief engineer had been interned.

Suspicions of Conspiracy (part 1 of 2)

Suspicions of Conspiracy (part 1 of 2)

Mr. Batt recalls being questioned about his captain and chief engineer by the FBI, after a German U-boat passed up an opportunity to sink the Duranda.

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