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With honor and dignity. They had families and jobs to come home too. Americans and Canadians were willing and able to provide what their fighting boys needed. Unfortunately, I was embarrassed to learn last year on a program that 400 Canadian soldier's graves had no head stones! To me this was a slap in the face to all soldiers that fought in WWII.

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