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    Adrien Brisson

    Private Brisson near a dugout entrance previously held by the enemy. Korea, 1951.

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    https://d3d0lqu00lnqvz.cloudfront.net/The-Memory-Project/image/10365_original.jpg Adrien Brisson
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    Lucien Dion

    Private Lucien Dion, Carrier platoon, 2nd Battalion of Le Royal 22e Régiment posing in a trench on Hill 355 in Korea, circa 1951-1952.

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    https://d3d0lqu00lnqvz.cloudfront.net/The-Memory-Project/image/10490_original.jpg Lucien Dion
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    Raphael Dael

    Raphael Dael in the trench-works of the front line positions in Korea.

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    Edison MacDonald

    Hill 187 in Korea. On 2-3 May, 1953, the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, was attacked by Chinese troops in this sector. This picture was taken by Edison MacDonald on a trip back to Korea in 2006.

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    Edison MacDonald

    Hill 187 in Korea. On 2-3 May, 1953, the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, was attacked by Chinese troops in this sector. This picture was taken by Edison MacDonald on a trip back to Korea in 2006.

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    https://d3d0lqu00lnqvz.cloudfront.net/The-Memory-Project/image/14437_original.jpg Edison MacDonald
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    David (Hal) Stephens

    Photo taken just after D-Day, 1944. Hal Stephens is bottom left. "We were there digging slit trenches just above the cliffs of Dover to provide shelter from the shrapnel."

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    Arthur Lortie

    Private Arthur Lortie having his lunch in a trench (summer 1952).

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    Herménégilde Dussault

    Company Sergeant-Major H. Dussault posing in front of his dugout. Korea, December 1952.

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    Herménégilde Dussault

    Company Sergeant-Major Herménégilde Dussault of 1st Battalion of Le Royal 22e Régiment posing in front of a dugout. Korea, 1952.

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    https://d3d0lqu00lnqvz.cloudfront.net/The-Memory-Project/image/9960_original.jpg Herménégilde Dussault

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