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War Memorial
Lunenburg, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

Soldier War Memorial WW I Soldier

Inscription This monument is erected
by the citizens of
the town of Lunenburg
to the honoured memory
of the heroes named hereon
who gave their lives
for king and country
and in honour
of the gallant soldiers
from this town and vicinity
who served so valiantly
in the Great War
1914 - 1918


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 amidst 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.

War declared August 4, 1914
Armistice signed
November 11, 1918.
Peace declared July 19, 1918

Carlos Winfrid Mosher
John Sjolin

In memoriam
Names WW I Debney Bailley
Sydney Barringer
Clarence Conrad
Charles E. Cossman
Cecil Arnold Lohnes
Lawrence Lohnes
Eric Hamilton Lane
Nelson Meister
Adolphus Morash
H. Marshall Mossman
Donald Purcell
Stewart Richardson
Clarence Ritcie
Eldon Schwartz
Harry Shupe
Beverley Smith
Ellsworth Smith
J. Howard Smith
Fred Conrad
George Diehl
Ezra Feener
Harry Greer
Bruno Hebb
Cecil Hebb
Roger Hynick
Ronald King
Roy King
Oscar Legag
William Nowe
Norman Tanner
W. C. Walters
Isaac Wilkie
Harvey Young
Luke Young
Leo Zinck
Names WW I
Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori
(It is sweet and right to die for one's country.)

Ypres 1915 Somme 1916 Vimy 1917 Passchendale 1918

On the left side of the memorial
is erected a pillar what honours
the men of the Lunenburg Regiment.

Lunenburg Regiment Lunenburg Regiment
Semper Fidelis

This memorial
has been placed
in memory of the
officers and men
of the
Lunenburg Regiment
who are now
laid to rest
at the going down
of the sun and in
the morning we will
remember them.
12th Aug. 1870
15th Dec. 1936

Battle Honours
Arras, 1917 '18. Hill 70
Ypres, 1917
Hindenburg Line
Pursuit to Mons

Branch 23 Dedicated by the members
of the Royal Canadian Legion
Lunenburg Branch # 23

On the right side is erected a pillar what honours the Norwegian soldiers
who were trained in Lunenburg during World War 2.

Norwegian Memorial In memory of
all the Norwegians
who assembled
in Lunenburg
after the invasion
of Norway and trained
at "Camp Norway"
for service in
the liberation
of their homeland.

Alt for Norge

1940 - 1945


This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.


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