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12/11/2014

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Eric Edwards

An amazing resource and tribute to all those served. I have just finished adding/updating my Soldiers Pages on my blog and this work is invaluable to researchers and amateur historians, such as myself.

john dunbar

The flames of all that war fever was fueled by British propaganda about alleged war atrocities by the Germans. Canadians got their information from `Wellington House' in London which was hardly impartial. As excellent research by a U of W history student demonstrates in her book `The Kaiser's Bust', if it weren't for the number of local newspapers some of which sometimes questioned the British rubbish, it would perhaps have been even more fanatical.

Cecilia Beechey

What a fantastic record you have created to preserve the service and memories of these dedicated people for their families. Many thanks for your hours of dedicated work.

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