Wednesday, November 12, 2014

A Chaplain Honour Roll

Kudos to Mad Padre’s Man In Norwich for telling me about this website dedicated to UK war memorials.   Very much a work in progress at the moment, but the author has an interest in British and Imperial/Commonwealth military chaplains and has an impressive amount of data assembled on padres who laid down their lives for their fellows.  To my shame, I was not aware that so many Canadian chaplains died on active service in World War Two, far more than I knew of.  My chaplain colleagues may find this site interesting.


1 comment:

Edwin King said...

I'm sure he would be glad of feedback or any additional information from you or your colleagues.

If you're interested in *memorials* in the UK (which include many in the Canadian forces), the site to look at is

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