WWII has layer upon layer of meaning for me. I’m still uncovering the stories of my family members: those who served overseas, those who were called and served in Canada, those who found secret jobs. I’m also fascinated by the stories of the Chinese community, and what serving in WWII eventually led to: the franchise.
Journalist Liz Braun spoke to Lesley Anderson, family historian with Ancestry.ca, and me, to talk about the impact of WWII. Here’s her story, published today:
The Toronto Sun: War against the Nazis ended 75 years ago this week
Thanks goes out to Ancestry.ca for the opportunity; to Liz for the interview and story; and as ever, to my family, for their stories.