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THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD AS WE
THAT ARE LEFT GROW OLD;
AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM NOR
THE YEARS CONDEMN.
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN
AND IN THE MORNING,
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM.

1914 - 1918

Albright. Capt Solon Delion. Pte. H.C. Hatchman. Pte. P.J. Schierholtz. Pte. W.C.
Barlow. Pte. Frank. Desmond. L/C. D.J. Hewitt. L/C. A.S. Schreiter. Gnr. S.
Baur. Lieut W.R. Diefenbacher. Pte. I. Hoyland. Pte. C. Simpson. Pte. J.
Beal. Pte. Alfred. Dudley. Pte. H. Hudson. Pte. H. Smith. Pte. W.M.H.
Beaumont. Pte. G.J. Dyer. Pte. H. Hummel. Pte. V. Snyder. Lieut. H.
Bisch. Pte. H. G. Eby. Pte. A.R. Janson. L/C. P. Soper. Pte. O.
Bissett. Pte. J. M. English. Pte. R. Knechtel. Pte. G. Sosnowski. Pte. F.J.
Bluhm. Pte. B. Ewans. Pte. W. Kuener. Pte. E. Stauffer. Sgt. G.H.
Bonfonte. Pte. A. Fenner. L/C. C. Lamka. Pte. C.E. Stauffer. Lieut. J.E.
Bowlby. Major G.H. Ferguson. Pte. J. Lawson. Pte. H. Steckenreiter. Pv. L.P.
Bricker. Capt G. Ferguson. Pte. L. Looker. Crp. H.J. Stewart. Pte. R.M.
Brown. Corp. F. Figuers. Pte. H. Lossing. Pte. G.W. Strub. Pte. G.A.
Buller. Pte. G. Fleming. Pte. W. Marr. Spr. L.O. Stokes. Lieut. C.
Bullock. Lieut H.L. Flynn. Capt. J. McCallum. Pte. J. Stuebing. L/C. C.
Capling. Pte. M.L. Francis. Pte. J.S. Messet. Pte. R. Teroi. Pte. A.
Carthew. Pte. C. Fyfe. Pte. A. Millard. Pte. G.W. Thompson. Pte. P.
Carthy. Pte. E. Garden. Pte. C.S. Moody. Pte. W. Treusch. Pte. H.
Carthy. Pte. P. Gehl. Pte. J. Oraysek. Pte. J. Uffelman. Pte. S.
Clemens. Lieut. W.E. Gerbig. Pte. J. Pawson. Corp. G. Underwood. Pte. C.
Clement. Lieut. F. Gibbard. Pte. S. Peouegnat. Pte. E. Van Audenarde. Pte. P.
Colquhoun. Lieut. F. Gorman. Pte. J. Phillips. Pte. W. Voelker. Pte. H.
Conrad. Pte. F. Greene. Capt. C.C. Purdon. Pte. G.R. Waddell. Pte. J.E.
Craig. Pte. G. Grosz. Pte. A.H. Raines. Pte. G.T. Walker. Pte. W.H.
Craig. Pte. J.H. Grosz. Dvr. H.S. Reid. Hon. Col. R. Washburn. Lieut. R.G.
Davidson. Pte. G. Hall. Pte. A.M. Reid. Pte. S. Weaver. Lieut. R.L.
Davis. Pte. J.L. Haskins. Corp. W.H. Robertson. L/C. A.B. Willis. Pte. J.
Deal. Pte. A.L. Harnack. Pte. W.E. Rosenberger. Pte. N. White. Pte. J.A.
    Rudow. Pte. A. Woodward. Pte. B.
      Zapfe. Pte. A

 In Flanders Fields

 In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead, Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved, and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe;
To you with failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.

Lt.-Col. John McCrae
 

1939 - 1945

Aljoe, Lorne
Allen, F. S.
Alles, Craig
Amstein, N.
Anderson, G.
Anderson R.
Appel, Harold
Atkinson, A.
Attwood, W.
Bach, Earl
Baker, Peter
Bard, Francis
Bard, Thomas
Barley, P.
Battler, R.
Bauer, W.
Bean, W.
Beaudoin, H.
Becker, John
Belanger, H.
Bell, James
Benig, H.
Berges, Claude
Bier, Nile
Blain, Wm. J.
Bleck, Gerald
Bleich, J. A.
Bleigh, J. A
Block, Dalton
Boatman, Leon
Bonar, James
Boppre, Gerald
Bowman, E.
Boyer, Keith
Bradshaw, G.
Bragg, R. P.
Braniff, Allan
Brezina, Fred
Brown, James
Brown, M.
Brox, Eldon
Brubaker, D.
Buck, W.
Buddell, W.
Budick,N.
Burkholder, D.
Burns, James
Campbell, G. F.
Class, Gerald
Christianson, O.
Clutterback, E.
Cochrane, K.
Collacott, A.
Collins, George
Connell, S.
Cooke, Ma
Corby, George
Coulas, A.
Cowan, David
Crawford, T.
Crawford, V.
Culligan, Carl
Cybulski, A.J.
Davies, W. C.
Dingley, E.
Ditner, H.
Dorscht, G. J.
Dotzenroth, H.
Drummond, G.
Dufton, L.
Duncan, W.
Duncan, W. G.
Duench, Floyd
Dunphy, Boyne
Dwyer, A.
Edward, M.
Eichler, B.
Englert, W.
Elliot, Gordon
Ernst, Jack
Evans, John
Evers, Orval
Farenholtz, P
Farrow, Arnold
Fisher, Oscar
Flucker, Roy E.
Flundra, Sam
Ford, Everett
Foster, Samuel
Fried, Kenneth
Frizell, R.
Fuja, Carl
Gallowich, P.
Gehl, Francis
Gibson, Alex
Glasser, L.
Green, W. N.
Gremm, Ralph
Gross, Henry
Frizell, R.
Fuja, Carl
Gallowich, P.
Gehl, Francis
Gibson, Alex
Glasser, L.
Gremm, Ralph
Gross, Henry
Hackbart, A.
Hagen, W.
Hall, Arthur
Haller, H.
Harden, W.
Harris, Charles
Harris, W.
Hartung, E.
Hartung, G.
Harvey, John
Hass, Earl
Hayes, Allan
Hayes, Russell
Heard, R.
Heer, Robert
Helmbuck, J.
Heimrich, J. 
Hergott, Bert
Hergott, G.
Hergott, John
Hergott, W. 
Hertzberger, D.
Hickson, R.
Hilker, Fred 
Hill, Ralph 
Hills, Buddy 
Hillis, Harold
Hoch, G.
Honderich, R.
Hostetler, W.
Hubbel, G.
Hynd, Allan
Ineson, A.
Irven, W. J.
Jamieson, W.
Janowski, C.
Jantzi, E.
Jardine, W.
Jeffers, J.
Jennings, H
Johnston, C.
Jones, D.
Jones, G. M
Jordan, J. A.
Jutzl, Curtis
Kalbflelsch, H.
Kapron, John 
Kaufman, W.
Kelly, K.
Kennedy, D.
Kennedy, P.
Kesselring, F.
Kidd, H. F.
Kingsley, A.
Knechtel, W.
Koenig, L.
Krulicki, L.
Kuhl, Allen
Kuntz, W.
Kurt, Walter
Leash, Donald
LaChapelle, L.
Lamka, Leo
Leis, Wilfred
LeRoy, H.
Leslie, Lyle
Lincoln, T.
Lintick, R.
Lippert, J.
Litfin, H. F.
Livock, R. M.
Loney, G.
Lorenz, D.
Losch, R.
Lowe, D.
Ludwig, R.
MacDonnell, J.
MacCaffrey, H.
MacDonald, A.
MacKenzie, D.
MacKintos
MacPherson, W.
Martin, W. J.
Mason, A. L.
Mazlarz, J.
McCammon, S.
McFarland, J.
McGrath, R. K.
McIntosh,
McKay, D.
Metz, D.
Meyer, Art
Meyer, V.
Miller, Allany
Miller, W.
Milne, Donald
Milne, R.
Milner, J.
Mitchell, E.
Mohlman, D.
Mohlman,
Montgomery, T.
Moser, L.
Mueller, A.
Muir, G.
Musser, J.
Napoleon, Harry
Neiznany, A.
Oakley, H.
O'Neil, J.
Orrafka, Ed.C.
Oseychuck, M.
Paige, Frankli
Paige, W.
Pittner, J.
Plate, LeRoy
Pokryfka,
Polzin, Carl
Potter, G.
Prokop, E.
Quast, E.
Radtke, C.
Rahn, Henry
Rahn, Robert
Ray, W. J.
Reiber, W.
Reider, L.
Rehkopf, W.
Reinhardt, A.
Rennie, J.
Richardson, R.
Richardson, Wm.
Rickert, A. E.
Rickert, H.
Roberts, L.
Robinson, J. P
Roche, Joquelein
Romanoff, J.
Roseman, S.
Roth, L. W.
Rozell, S.
Rumpel, O.
Ruppel, Earl
Saltzberry, R.
Sass, Carl
Schell, L.
Scherrer, J. M.
Schlegel, Ken
Schlueter, H.
Schmidt, E. J.
Schmidt, E. W.
Schmidt, F.
Schmidt, K.
Schnarr, R.
Schumilas, A.
Schwark, H.
Schweitz
E. Seagram, P.
Seitz, D.
Shantz, D. 
Shantz, Fred
Shanz, Fred
Sherrer, Joseph
Shoemaker, Bert
Sim, Gordon
Simms, E.
Skebo, B.
Skebo, P.
Small, L.
Smith, F.
Smith, Tom
Snelgrove, L.
Snider, W.
Snyder, B.
Snyder, C.
Snyder, H.
Snyder, J.
Snyder, P.
Sole, Donald
Teasdale, G.
Teevin, R.
Tetrault, R. E.
Thomas, R.
Thomas, Roland
Thurlow, W.
Toman, Burkle
Troughton, T.
Tschirhart, S.
Tucker, Fred
Tutt, Charles 
Underwood, R.
Utman, C. 
Utman, G. D.
Veitch, Lawrence
Vietenheimer, C.
Waldron, W. L.
Warnholz, J. 
Washburn, C.
Weber, Harry
Weicker, Bill
Weicker, C. H.
Weller, R.
Weller, R. D.
Weinstein, R.
Weir, Bernard
Wellein, R.
Weller, Ronald
Wettlaufer, N.
Whalen, John
Whitaker, D.
Wilfong, G.
Wilhelm, E.
Willis, E.
Wills, Harry
Wismer, L.
Witthington, T.
Woeffle, L. H.
Woinoski, R.
Wood, Ross 
Yantz, Alfred
Zaulauf. Frank
Zimmerman, B.

Green Fields Of France

Well, how do you do, Private William McBride,
Do you mind if I sit down here by your graveside?
And rest for awhile in the warm summer sun,
I've been walking all day, and I'm nearly done.
And I see by your gravestone you were only 19
When you joined the glorious fallen in 1916,
Well, I hope you died quick and I hope you died clean
Or, Willie McBride, was it slow and obscene?

Did they Beat the drum slowly, did the play the pipes lowly?
Did the rifles fir o'er you as they lowered you down?
Did the bugles sound The Last Post in chorus?
Did the pipes play the Flowers of the Forest?

And did you leave a wife or a sweetheart behind
In some loyal heart is your memory enshrined?
And, though you died back in 1916,
To that loyal heart are you forever 19?
Or are you a stranger without even a name,
Forever enshrined behind some glass pane,
In an old photograph, torn and tattered and stained,
And fading to yellow in a brown leather frame?

The sun's shining down on these green fields of France;
The warm wind blows gently, and the red poppies dance.
The trenches have vanished long under the plow;
No gas and no barbed wire, no guns firing now.
But here in this graveyard that's still No Man's Land
The countless white crosses in mute witness stand
To man's blind indifference to his fellow man.
And a whole generation who were butchered and damned.

And I can't help but wonder, no Willie McBride,
Do all those who lie here know why they died?
Did you really believe them when they told you "The Cause?"
Did you really believe that this war would end wars?
Well the suffering, the sorrow, the glory, the shame
The killing, the dying, it was all done in vain,
For Willie McBride, it all happened again,
And again, and again, and again, and again.
 

Eric Bogle, Arrangement/Artist The Corries

1950 - 1953

  Storey. Pte. A.E. Works. Pte. F.G.  

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