Newfoundland students remember war dead

Newfoundland students remember war dead

The Telegram's Steve Bartlett travelled with a ground of Newfoundland and Labrador students to England and France on the Vimy Ridge 2012 National Student Remembrance Tour organized by EF Educational Tours.

Journalist Steve Bartlett examines the sucess stories of Newfoundlanders in The Grit and the Courage.

Liam Major

April 06, 2012 - 14 h 22
Liam Major, a Grade 8 student at Lakecrest Academy, discusses why events like Friday's Canada Memorial Student Remembrance Ceremony in London, England, are important.
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The tunnels of Vimy Ridge

April 07, 2012 - 16 h 21
Sarah McIntosh, a Parks Canada guide interpreter at Vimy Ridge, explains the tunnel system near the battlefield's trenches. Students from across Newfoundland and Labrador and Canada will gather at Vimy Monday for the 95th anniversary of the battle. Video by Steve Bartlett/The Telegram
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They shall not be forgotten

April 08, 2012 - 13 h 32

London, England - Some Newfoundland and Labrador students remembered Canadian sacrifices during the First and Second World Wars Friday afternoon.

More than 100 of them were among 1,000-plus...

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N.L. youth visit Beaumont Hamel

April 09, 2012 - 14 h 45

Beaumont Hamel, France - The last time so many young people from Newfoundland and Labrador walked over this ground, the majority were killed or wounded.

On Sunday, more than 400 of the province's...

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On hallowed ground

April 10, 2012 - 11 h 33

— Vimy Ridge, France

Even driving rain and his first media interview couldn’t take Bradley Mallard’s eyes off the towering Canadian National Vimy Memorial.

The Grade 9 Holy Heart...

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