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Sergeant Harold Wilfred Shaughnessy

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/services/military-history/history-heritage/casualty-identification-military/sergeant-harold-wilfred-shaughnessy.html

May 13, 2019 ... remains. Shaughnessy originally enlisted with the 73rd Battalion before transferring to the 13th Canadian Infantry Battalion (Royal Highlanders of Canada). Through historical, anthropological and archaeological analysis, with the assistance of the Canadian Forces Forensic Odontology Response Team, and the Canadian Museum of History, the Casualty Identification

History of the Canadian Forces Artists Program

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Apr 4, 2019 ... Civilian Artists Program (CAFCAP) revived the legacy of the previous two programs. R.F. Wodehouse, Curator of War Art at the National Gallery of Canada, launched the CAFCAP. His goal was to ensure that Canada's military history would be captured in art following the Second World War. The CAFCAP kept the same aim as previous war art projects. What was different

Casualty identification video

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May 8, 2019 ...

Get answers to military history questions

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May 1, 2019 ...Get answers to military history questions You have several ways to get answers to your military history questions. General questions The fastest way to get answers is to review our online information. If you have other questions, please use this form (see instructions below): Full name Email address Subject Select a recipient from the list below Archival

Private Henry Edmonds Priddle

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May 1, 2019 ... Scottish), CEF Remains discovered May 2011 in Lens, France Buried at Commonwealth War Graves Commission’s Loos British Cemetery, Plot XVIII, Row H, Grave 12 Henry Edmonds Priddle was born on 17 May 1884 in Norwich, Ontario, to parents William and Mary Ann Priddle. In 1910, he married Florence Hazen in his hometown before the couple settled down together in Winnipeg

The Battle of Hill 70, 1917

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May 27, 2019 ... Arthur Currie watching his men who took Hill 70, marching to rest camp after being relieved. August, 1917. (Photo: Department of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada PA-001826 (MIKAN no. 3404812)) In July 1917, the Canadian Corps received orders to capture the city of Lens. Lieutenant-General Sir A.W. Currie, the newly appointed Corps Commander, planned

Casualty Identification Program

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May 27, 2019 ...-repatriation policy for the remains of service members killed on operations before 1970. Identification process A number of disciplines help the casualty identification process, including history, archaeology, anthropology, laboratory sciences, forensic odontology, genealogy, and the conservation of artefacts. The Casualty Identification Program attempts to identify

Sergeant John Albert Collis

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Aug 14, 2019 ... dignitaries and the Canadian Armed Forces were in attendance. For further information on Sergeant John Albert Collis, you can consult his personnel file at Library and Archives Canada. Signet ring found with the remains of Sergeant Collis. The letters on the ring have been identified as “J A C”. (Source: Directorate of History and Heritage) Helmet issued to Canadian

Private John Henry Thomas

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May 2, 2019 ... Brunswick) collar badge. Through historical, genealogical, anthropological, archaeological, and DNA analysis, with the assistance of the Canadian Forces Forensic Odontology Response Team, and the Canadian Museum of History, the Casualty Identification Review Board was able to confirm the identity of one set of remains as those of Private John (Jack) Henry Thomas

Sergeant Archibald Wilson

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May 2, 2019 ... a pair of leather boots and buttons bearing the insignia of the 16th Battalion. Through historical, genealogical, anthropological, archaeological, and DNA analysis, with the assistance of the Canadian Forces Forensic Odontology Response Team, and the Canadian Museum of History, the Casualty Identification Review Board was able to confirm the identity

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