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Quick Answers Avoids Death

Quick Answers Avoids Death

The importance of quick identification to allies is a matter of life and death.

Canadians Capture Iceland

Canadians Capture Iceland

Mr. Ryan recalls the capture and occupation of Iceland.

This is My Regiment

This is My Regiment

Mr. Ryan describes his reasoning for joining the Royal Canadian Regiment.

Going in the Right Direction

Going in the Right Direction

Mr. Preece provides his opinion of the importance the youth of today must have working together as a team rather than individuals to make our country strong.

The Dutch People Love Us!

The Dutch People Love Us!

Mr. Preece expresses the deep sense of gratitude the Dutch people have for the Canadian soldiers like himself and the care and upkeep of graves given to the Veterans who are laid to rest in their cemeteries

Not Prepared To Be So Frightened

Not Prepared To Be So Frightened

Mr. Preece discusses the expectations he had on himself in being a good solder yet realizing that he was never prepared to be so afraid.

Unexpectedly Meeting My Brother

Unexpectedly Meeting My Brother

Unbelievable as it may seem, Mr. Preece shares the experience he had in meeting his brother in hospital; neither one aware the other joined up!

Getting Wounded Ended My Service

Getting Wounded Ended My Service

Mr. Preece recounts the situation where he became wounded and the path that followed being cared for in hospital by special doctors and nurses.

A Friends Gives His Shovel

A Friends Gives His Shovel

Mr. Preece shares a heart-warming story of the interaction he experienced with his buddy in providing his shovel and offering some advice only to find this friend is killed a short time later

Close Encounter With The Enemy

Close Encounter With The Enemy

Mr. Preece speaks about an instance where he encountered the enemy and struggles to accept the fact about his personal willingness to defend.

My First Time In Action

My First Time In Action

Thinking combat was going to be like the movies, Mr. Preece shares his story of the realization of fear and gruesome sights witnessed against the enemy

Signing Up Myself and a Friend

Signing Up Myself and a Friend

Once having an opportunity to join the Royal Regiment of Canada, Mr. Preece shares an amusing story of how he volunteered his friend to join as well.

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