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Sailing To England

Sailing To England

Mr. Henley describes sailing to England aboard the SS Welshman during which he is in charge of the mules and horses, for which he receives premium pay. An offer of extra money to clean the ship afterward is ungraciously declined.

Millions of lice

Millions of lice

Mr. Lapenskie describes the difficulty of eradicating lice from the seams of his uniform.

In Flanders Fields

In Flanders Fields

Mr. Lapenskie painfully describes hearing of the loss of his best friend in a letter from home.

A Job in the Military

A Job in the Military

Mr. Kish encourages the youth of today to join the military and take advantage of this great opportunity as a lifetime career.

Positive Reflection on Tour

Positive Reflection on Tour

Mr. Kish describes his tour in a positive light recognizing the greatest hardship was being away from his family.

The Sight of Wild Animals

The Sight of Wild Animals

Mr. Kish describes the different techniques used by the locals to rid the snake population.

Standard of Living

Standard of Living

Mr. Kish describes the type of living conditions in Tanzania for the military and the local people.

Fear of Snakes

Fear of Snakes

Mr. Kish shares his thoughts and fears of the snakes after being told about their existence.

Language Barrier

Language Barrier

Mr. Kish speaks about the many dialects he encountered.

Reaction Towards The People of Tanzania

Reaction Towards The People of Tanzania

Mr. Kish relates his personal experiences with respect to the culture and traditions of the people and the differences in tribal influence amongst the locals.

Why Tanzania?

Why Tanzania?

Mr. Kish shares his opinion as to the purpose of the Canadian Military being in Tanzania

Returning to Civilian Life

Returning to Civilian Life

Mr. Beresford shares his difficulties in adjusting to life at home after his tour in Cambodia.

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