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Black Loyalists
Books of Remembrance contain the names of Canadians who fought in wars and died either during or after them
Canadian Air Aces and Heroes of WWI, WWII, and Korea
Canadian Genealogy and History Links - Military  useful page of online resources maintained by Jessica Veinot
Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's)
Canada Virtual War Memorial searchable database of over 100,000 names
Cyndi's List - Canada; Military largest private collection of genealogy links on the web
French Soldiers - 1755 who came to Canada from 1755 to 1763 to fight in the French and Indian War
Genealogy & Historical Research has a large collection of military records online
Honours and Awards to Canadians in British Flying Services
Index to Loyalist Muster Rolls
Korean War Honour Roll  Canadians who gave their lives in the cause of freedom during the Korean War 1950-1953 and Korea Peacekeeping 1953-1955

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Korea Veterans Association of Canada 516 Canadians who made the supreme sacrifice during the Korean War and to honour those who dared to die, but lived
New England Captives Carried to Canada During the Old French and Indian Wars
Niagara Provincial Light Dragoons (War of 1812)
North West Mounted Police (NWMP) - Personnel Records, 1873-1904   from Canada Archives
Old United Empire Loyalists List This list is the official register of families and individuals who were loyal to Great Britain at the conclusion of the United States Revolutionary War and moved north into what is now New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Upper Canada.
Police and Peace Officer's Memorial : Honour Roll
Queen's Own Rifles
Soldiers in the Carignan-Salières Regiment who settled in Canada Between June and September 1665, some 1200 soldiers and their officers arrived in Quebec
The Queen's/King's Medal Recipients
The Royal Canadian Regiment Association
The Pinetree Line commenced as a joint Canadian (RCAF) and American (USAF) project in the early 50's
The Pinetree Line radar stations were constructed and strategically located to counter the Soviet air threat against North America databases of men who were  employed during the 50's and the 60's
Queen's Own Rifles of Canada formed on April 26, 1860
Royal Rifles of Canada in Hong Kong
United Empire Loyalists
Veterans Affairs Canada
Vietnam; Canadian Vietnam Casualties
Vietnam Conflict Lists of Casualties
War Monuments in Canada
1st Troop Niagara Light Dragoons (War of 1812)
54th Kootenay Battalion

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