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Leonard Gaudet, a Second World War veteran, is far from hardened from his time at war. In fact, he has a special soft spot for animals. Here, he shows a stray kitten he cares for some love. It seems the feeling is mutual.
Leonard Gaudet, a Second World War veteran, is far from hardened from his time at war. In fact, he has a special soft spot for animals. Here, he shows a stray kitten he cares for some love. It seems the feeling is mutual. - Ashley Thompson
KENTVILLE, N.S. —

We were honoured to tell a number of local stories about the Second World War and topics relating to Remembrance Day leading up to Nov. 11.

This collection below features compelling articles from folks living throughout the Annapolis Valley:

 

VIDEO: Aylesford woman recounts growing up in London during Second World War raids

VIDEO: South Nictaux veteran recounts risky Second World War missions

Greenwood veteran recalls the dangers of serving in Second World War

‘The army came easy to me’ - At 93, Second World War veteran Lewis Sawler still a force to be reckoned with

Brothers in arms: 7 Brickton Burbidges served their country well in the Second World War

From hockey to Holland - Kentville’s Frank Moore kept supplies move during Second World War

Tragedy and triumph: Kentville Second World War veteran shares his story

ED COLEMAN: Hard-luck soldier from Melanson narrowly survived Second World War

WENDY ELLIOTT: The Children of the Athenia remember

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