Picture Taken On: October 1, 1940 Place: Troops marching down Eighth Street at the Columbia Avenue intersection, New Westminster, Canada Behind the Camera: Claude P. Dettloff Picture Summary: The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught’s Own Rifles) marching down the street when Warren “Whitey” Bernard runs out to his father, Pte. Jack Bernard.
a son bids farewell to a father marching off to war in New Westminster as the British Columbia Regiment embarks for far away England, Oct. 1, 1940..In memory of all our vet's that fight and those that were killed in the wars so we could be a free country...We Thank You!
I love this....wish I could share it with my mom! I did write her a beautiful love letter several years before she passed. It was on her desk (right on top as though she had just read it) when we cleaned out her house. Say or write what you want others to know that is deep in your heart. Life is so short and so precious...:o) vk
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