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Korean War: Help us identify the 42 fallen Canadians we couldn’t place

The body of a Canadian infantryman awaits burial in Korea, November, 1951. His identity tag and what appear to be religious medals with text in French are attached to the blanket. A battlefield censor forbade publication of the image.
The body of a Canadian infantryman awaits burial in Korea, November, 1951. His identity tag and what appear to be religious medals with text in French are attached to the blanket. A battlefield censor forbade publication of the image. © Government of Canada. Reproduced with the permission of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada (2013). Source: Library and Archives Canada. Department of National Defence fonds/PA-170790

Global News mapped 474 Canadian soldiers killed in the Korean War. This is everything we know about the ones we couldn’t map. Do you know them? Can you tell us anything about them? Let us know in the comments, or email us.

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