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Witnessing an Absolute Massacre

Witnessing an Absolute Massacre

Mr. Poolton speaks about the battle of Dieppe - snipers shooting, men on fire and orders given to surrender!

He Laid Down And Died

He Laid Down And Died

Mr. Ferguson gives a touching description of the destitution and starvation among the children, one of whom touched him personally.

First Night in Sarajevo

First Night in Sarajevo

Mr. MacDonald speaks about the explosion and sights of tracer fire that rained down upon them the first night in Sarajevo, witnessing the aftermath of destruction, and dead bodies around the city the next morning.

“Freeze”

“Freeze”

In recognition of the 65th Anniversary of the Korean War, Mr. Zuber shares his inspiration for the artwork “Freeze” and pride he has for it being recognized.

Committing his Memoires to Canvas

Committing his Memoires to Canvas

Years after the Korean War, Mr. Zuber shares the story of how his memoires became a part of the Canadian War Museum.

Why an Artist?

Why an Artist?

Mr. Zuber shares the story of his love for art and talks about his next painting.

“Vigil” - The Canadian Story

“Vigil” - The Canadian Story

In describing his painting, Mr. Zuber tells of his return home from the Pacific and the inspiration he had for the painting he named “Vigil.”

The End is Near

The End is Near

After recuperating from his wounds, Mr. Zuber tells of his return to the hills only to realize the war is almost over!

Wounded by our own Bloody Grenade!

Wounded by our own Bloody Grenade!

Mr. Zuber provides great detail about an incident where he got wounded and the surrounding circumstances.

That’s Why I Paint!

That’s Why I Paint!

Providing such a vivid portrayal of his actions as a sniper, Mr. Zuber shares his ability in sharing through the gift of art.

A Moment of Honour

A Moment of Honour

Mr. Zuber recalls an emotional and gut wrenching experience where he provided the enemy with a moment of honour!

Zuber Evened the Score!

Zuber Evened the Score!

Mr. Zuber modestly recounts a specific encounter with the enemy where he was thought of as a hero.

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