St. John’s Norway Cemetery & Crematorium. This appears to be a military section, specifically for members of the Royal Canadian Legion. There’s also a memorial sculpture here, which will be coming up the next photo.

6 Replies to “Winter graves 11”

    1. Yeah, I’m sure you’d love it and would find plenty to write about. I think it’s easy to overlook the involvement of the Canadians (and many other Commonwealth countries) in the two world wars.

      1. Absolutely. One of the interesting things I have found is some men who had emigrated to Canada at the turn of the century, only to enlist in the war, fight in Europe, then die back on English soil again. 😦

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