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At most times Chris had photo copies and or pictures to add to our understanding of a particular event or location which he passed around. I would just like to say how much we enjoyed our exclusive tour of the Normandy battlefields with Bill. As emotionally as it was for us at times, visiting graves and memorial walls, Chris’s compassion stood out at all times. To visit in battlefields far from home which as it turned out became deciding spots in out county’s history and future, at times was hard to come to grips with. The choice of battlefields,cemeteries, memorials, road side sites, just perfect and as we drove along the explanation of what happen here by who being Australian, British, Canadian, French, New Zealand or German brought it so much more out than what one can get out of a book. RCMP Long Shank Spurs – Solid Nickel marked A nice set of long shank spurs, both of which are marked SOLID NICKEL. It is totally impossible to say enough great things about him, his outgoing and friendly nature, his down to earth view of the sites and area’s we visited and his depth of knowledge. He really is an enthusiast and really knows his subject as well as knowing his way around to get to the various sights. As with the previous tour, it was well managed from start to finish and we would definitely recommend your company to others. To actually stand and walk within very close terms to where our relatives fought and in Jim’s case fell was a feeling that is hard to express. The amount of background research on not only of the sites and battles but the individual and specialized research of not only my wife’s grandfather and his two brothers but Jim’s family as well was almost beyond belief. We both felt that the tour fulfilled our expectations and the fact that Bill was able to take us to a couple of cemeteries where there were New Zealanders buried was really quite special. On my flight home I spent some time thinking about what I considered to be the high light of this tour, just about imposable to pick from as each day brought so many. The tunic is badged to the Royal Canadian Engineers, with the green lozenge denoting Pacific Command. RCMP Shoulder Title – Gold Plated Officers Likely an officers shoulder title as it is in heavy gold plate. Peterson served at “Depot” Division (Regina, Saskatchewan), “K” Division (Alberta), “N” Division (Rockcliffe, Ontario), and “F” Division (Saskatchewan). From start to finish it was the most enjoyable, enlightening, intense and at times very emotional tour I have ever taken. RCNVR Bracelet to a sweetheart – sterling The plaque portion of a bracelet with likeness of the RCNVR badge. Also, his ID Disc with foot locker key and a sterling silver RCN bracelet engraved with his name and number (Love Phil, engraved on reverse). The DEMS (Defensively Equipped Merchant Ships) patch was worn by RCN and RN gunners who manned the guns on merchant ships. The VW vehicle was perfect for driving and viewing, the location and quality of the hotels we stayed at were excellent, meals including the two box lunches were again excellent. From a strictly Canadian point of view one has to put the Vimy Memorial at the top, with out a doubt as one walks the approach road between the maples and as it appears in front of you, ones heart flutters. In his relaxed manner it was a pleasure to listen as he described the many and varied points of interest of each location that we visited. The information package that we each received upon arrival, with the booklets on all the aspects of what we were to see and relive were very informative and made it much easier to take it all in. Greetings From England Hankie An attractive patriotic hankie which shows the flags of the Allied nations and the slogan “Greetings from England”. trench living conditions trenches rats marians trench slim fit trench coat meaning of trench life on the trenches what is trench military trenches the trench game wwi trench system long coats men live in the trenches trenches around the world marianas trench ocean the marianas trench trench fire step trenches life what it was like in the trenches brown wool coat women life in the trenches at gallipoli western front conditions marian trench gallipoli life in the trenches first trench where is marianas trench trench information lice and rats in the trenches the trench cycle soldier in the trenches mens brown leather trench coat

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