Following in the Footsteps of Métis Soldiers in the Second World War
|Title:||Following in the Footsteps of Métis Soldiers in the Second World War|
|Creator:||Catherine Littlejohn King|
|Subject:||Métis Veterans, WWII|
This booklet chronicles the experiences of Cathy Littlejohn King and May Henderson, who wanted to follow in the footsteps of Métis soldiers who served during World War II. They joined the University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association World War II Memorial Tour in April/May 2013. They started their journey in London, and followed the path of our soldiers.
Both Cathy and May hope that by sharing their experience, others will understand and know more about the sacrifices made by Canadian soldiers, sailors, airmen, and service women who served during WWII, many of whom were Métis.
|Publisher:||Gabriel Dumont Institute|
|Identifier:||Following in the Footsteps Final for Web|
|Date of Copyright:||November 20, 2013|
|GDI Media Filename:||Following in the Footsteps Final for Web.pdf|