Canadian Military History Gateway
Organization > Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Subject > Armed Forces > Military Ceremony and Honours
Triquet and Jean-Victor Allard recall the actions that earned Triquet the VC.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Japanese-Canadian names are added to a Second World War memorial, thus helping to lesson the painful memories of internment, relocation, and prejudice against this minority during the war.
Medal awards ceremony and requiem mass for fallen soldiers interrupts fighting in Italy during World War II for the Van Doos.
Lester Pearson is interviewed following his receiving the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in helping defuse and resolve the Suez Canal Crisis.
Korean war veteran Don Hibbs recalls the Princess Patricias' heroic stand at the Battle of Kap'yong.
An interview with Paul Triquet shortly after he receives the Victoria Cross for his courageous actions at Casa Berardi, Italy, in World War Two.
Veteran Jack Lachance discusses the Canadian government's treatment of its Korean veterans, who were finally decorated for their service in 1991.
Major Paul Triquet, recipient of the Victoria Cross, is honoured during a Victory Loan Luncheon in 1944.
Television news clip features awards ceremony on May 8, 1992, in which a Korean War veteran is decorated with the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal 40 years after serving in that "forgotten war."
In this 1972 interview Paul Triquet recounts his exploits at Casa Berardi, which won him the Victoria Cross in World War Two.