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    Posted 5 years ago

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    Hi there CW Gang

    I am posting this that was My Dad's. He was with the Royal Canadian Air Force ( RCAF ) for WWII. Still have it and there is his Legion Patch attached to it, Plus also have a Single Legion Patch. Any extra info welcomed.

    I am Proud to be a Veteran's daughter!!

    Thanks for LOOKING // LOVING !!

    ~ Rose ~

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    1. Caperkid, 5 years ago
      Great keepsakes Rose.
    2. antiquerose antiquerose, 5 years ago
      thanks CAPER ....yeah, so Glad I have these. My Brothers got his Medals, but what can I do. I guess things like that should go to the *boys*.

      This hat looks like the one they are wearing in the pic I posted here:
    3. Caperkid, 5 years ago
      Very nice I've asked a few people in our family about both my grandfathers stuff except for one medal all gone and no one knows where it is sadly.
    4. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 5 years ago
      Again, thanks for sharing. The Royal Canadian Legion and the American Legion were both formed by veterans of WWI. As a member of the American Legion who takes pride in the fact that I have family members who wore the uniforms of Canada and the U.S. in both world wars, it warm my heart to know that you honor your father's service.

    5. antiquerose antiquerose, 5 years ago
      Awww -- That is Sad. Sorry to hear that. Wonder if anything was ever signed with their *Full* names ----- and HEY ----- could end up in internet world or Ebay.

      Sometimes you hear stories of people wanting to return things back to the families
    6. antiquerose antiquerose, 5 years ago
      Thanks ~ Chrisnp ~ for the love and the nice comment. I have another beanie type of hat here that I will post later ( gotta catch some z-z-z-z ).

      Thank you telling me your story, and I Salute all members that served their countries and also your family members that served. Thanks for sharing that!!
    7. Gruff Gruff, 5 years ago
      My mom was born in Canada. I grew up in Watertown and Buffalo.
      I wonder if I can get my citizenship because of that

      This is really sweet Rose
    8. antiquerose antiquerose, 5 years ago
      Thanks for the ~ LOVES ~

      Chrisnp --> Thanks CHRIS, a big SALUTE to you too!!
      Caperkid --> Thanks CAPER, for loving and sharing your story too !!

      ....@ GRUFF ---> Thanks for the comment! Maybe -- why not check it out!! Lots more treasures to find if you come visit the country here....LOL. Thanks
    9. NevadaBlades, 5 years ago
      My step-dad, a Japanese-American, was "interned" (the word the government likes to use) in a "camp" (another government-preferred word) right after Pearl Harbor simply because of his Japanese ancestry. The only way for him to get out of that "camp" was to join the U.S. military, which he and thousands of other young Japanese-American "interned" men did. My step-dad served his country with honor and distinction, while his family, and his people, were unjustly imprisoned. My step-dad never quite forgave the government for what they did. He only talked about it once with me, a little over a year before he passed away at the age of 93, enough for me to understand that he'd carried that bitterness for all those years.
    10. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      A just bitterness too Blade. In Australia we had many indigenous who served and it wasn't until the 1960s that they were even recognised as Australians and given the vote. Xenophobic times, and we should have learnt better, clearly haven't.

      Rose - a great post and has produced great comments too.
    11. Trey Trey, 5 years ago
      Family heirlooms are priceless:)
    12. scottvez scottvez, 4 years ago
      Nice to have this from a family member.


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