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The Sadness of War

The Sadness of War

Mr. Marshall speaks about the emotion he feels on Remembrance Day and the importance of remembering the soldiers who remain in the cemeteries overseas and the amount of friends lost during wartime.

Equipment Comparison with the Enemy

Equipment Comparison with the Enemy

Mr. Marshall explains how our Canadian soldiers were no match in fire power against the Germans until the Americans joined in and provided better equipment.

The Fear of Being Taken Prisoner

The Fear of Being Taken Prisoner

Mr. Marshall shares the experience he had during a close encounter with the Germans and how he hid in fear of being taken prisoner.

A Live Grenade Thrown His Way

A Live Grenade Thrown His Way

Mr. Marshall shares a story about combat where a live grenade is thrown by the enemy, but fails to go off.

Fighting Patrol

Fighting Patrol

Mr. Marshall explains the difference between fighting patrol and reconnaissance patrol when going out on night patrol.

Primary Duty as Infantry Support

Primary Duty as Infantry Support

Mr. Marshall provides details of the infantry support regiment on their move through Pontecorvo as far north to Milan, a route taken before going to Holland.

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