Niagara Military Museum September 17, 2016 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Today was a special day at the Niagara Military Museum. I was asked to sing at a re-dedication of the Krupp Field Gun.  This artillery gun was one of the trophies Canadians brought back to Canada from France in WW1.  It was an emotional moment hearing the addresses of LCol (GS) Nico Huelshoff and of LCol Robert Christopher.  They spoke about the strength of bond that now exists between Canada and Germany.   I spoke with LCol Huelshoff at the reception about the healing that had to take place in order for our countries to become allies.

Pictured with me before the ceremony is Six Nations Councillor Robert Johnson.  We discussed my book “Legacy & Tradition” .

 

 

 

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