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Second World War
Commemorations

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Schools and Universities

Drolet, "Gil". -- Loyola, the wars : in remembrance of "men for others". -- Waterloo, Ont. : Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, 1996. -- 44 p.

  • A memorial to the war dead of Loyola High School and College, that includes a roll of honour, biographies and photographs

Fetherstonaugh, R.C. -- McGill University at War, 1914-1918, 1939-1945. -- Montreal : McGill Univ., 1947. -- 437 p.

Trinity College School old boys at war : 1899-1902, 1914-1918, 1939-1945. -- Port Hope, Ont. : Old Boys' Association, 1948. -- 245 p.

The University of Alberta in the War of 1939-45. -- Edmonton : [s.n.], 1948. -- 70 p.

University of Toronto. -- Memorial book, Second World War, 1939-45. -- Compiled by H.E. Brown. -- Toronto : Soldiers' Tower Committee, Univ. of Toronto, 1994. -- 84 p.

War record : the McGill Chapter of Delta Upsilon, 1939-1945. -- Montreal : [s.n.], 1946. -- 83 p.

Cities, Towns and Regions

Brantford Kinsmen Club, comp. -- Album of honour for Brant County World War II, 1939-1945. -- Edited by Helen Sanders. -- [Brantford, Ont.] : Brantford Kinsmen Club, 1946. -- 224 p.

British Columbia war memorials : an index of names. -- Richmond, B.C. : British Columbia Genealogical Society, 1990. -- 84 p.

How, Douglas. -- One village, one war, 1914-1945 : a thinking about the literature of stone. -- Hantsport, N.S. -- Lancelot Press, 1995. -- 374 p.

  • Dorchester, New Brunswick's story of two world wars and the Depression with a focus on the 41 people whose names appear on the village cenotaph

  • Lacks notes, bibliography or an index

Keen, Mary. -- We will remember them : the lives behind the Richmond cenotaph. -- Richmond, B.C. : City of Richmond Archives, 1998. -- 72 p.

Lamb, Ken. -- Milton remembers World War II. -- Milton, Ont. : Milton Historical Society, 1995. -- 140 p.

Lambton remembers : the people of Lambton County who paid the supreme sacrifice in the Boer War, in World Wars I & II and in Korea. -- Sarnia, Ont. : Lambton Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society, 1999. -- 49 p.

Record of service in the Second World War : the University of British Columbia : a supplement to the University of British Columbia war memorial manuscript record. -- Edited by Earle Birney. -- Vancouver : [University of British Columbia], 1955. -- 46 p.

The Streetsville cenotaph : a village memorial. -- Streetsville, Ont. : Streetsville Historical Society, 1992. -- 36 p.

A tribute to valour. -- St. Thomas, Ont. : Printed by Sutherland Press, 1945. -- 169 p.

  • Memorial book of Dunwich Township and the village of Dutton, Ontario

Corporations

Bank of Montreal. -- Field of honour : the Second World War, 1939-1945. -- Montreal : Bank of Montreal, 1950. -- [480] p.

Canadian Bank of Commerce. -- War service records, 1939-1945 : an account of the war service of members of the staff during the Second World War. -- Edited by D.P. Wagner and C.G. Siddall. -- Toronto : Rous & Mann, 1947. -- 331 p.

Military Units

Allison, Les ; Hayward, Henry. -- They shall not grow old : a book of remembrance. -- Brandon, Man. : Commonwealth Air Training Plan, [1991?]. -- 892 p.

  • Royal Canadian Air Force

In memoriam : the Perth Regiment, 4th September 1939 to 8th May 1945. -- [S.l. : s.n., 1945?]. -- 20 p.

The Irish Regiment of Canada. -- Memorial service to honour our gallant dead, Canada, England, Italy, Holland, June 1940 to May 1945, Heerenveen, Holland, Sunday, July 1st, 1945. -- [Groningen, Holland : Jacob (pr.), 1945]. -- 12 p.

The Loyal Edmonton Regiment memorial booklet including the memorial service, a short history of the Regiment, the roll of honour. -- Nijkerk, Holland : Printed by D.C.C. Callenbach, [1945]. -- 38 p.

Rutherford, T.H., comp. -- Honour roll : Royal Canadian Armoured Corps : World War II. -- Oromocto, N.B. : Privately printed, 1972. -- 1 vol., unpaged

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