Memorials honouring those in Bomber Command.

Canada’s Bomber Command Memorial

Canada’s Bomber Command Memorial

The Granite Memorial The Bomber Command Museum (formerly the Nanton Lancaster Air Museum) built "Canada's Bomber Command Memorial" during the summer of 2005 and it was dedicated at a ceremony…

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Bomber Command Memorial in London

"The Belgian Forest" This video tells the story of the Bomber Command Museum of Canada's participation in the creation of the Memorialand the Canadian delegation that attended its Dedication. Legacy…

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The Story, The Song – The Wall at Nanton

by Josh Skapin , Editor - Nanton News, Thursday August 25, 2005Nanton News - Former gunner Father Harry Schmuck shared his personal account in Bomber Command and how the Bomber Memorial…

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The Nanton Cenotaph

In 1926 Albert J. Hart was commissioned to create a memorial to honour the memory of those Nanton and District citizens who were killed in action during World War I.…

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Father John Philip Lardie
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Father John Philip Lardie

 The Chaplain on the Motorcycle Father Lardie first came to the attention of the Bomber Command Museum as the author of what we feel is a definitive piece of writing…

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