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Finding Your Soldier Online

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November 2, 2019

Location: Okanagan Military Museum
Address: 1424 Ellis St.
Time: 02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Website: View Website

2019-11-02 14:00:00 2019-11-02 15:00:00 America/Vancouver Finding Your Soldier Online Presented by Major (Ret’d) Paul Randall, CD, MSc Learn about the various web sites and online resources that you can use to find soldiers who served in the Great War. Using a soldier’s file, you will discover how to read their military record and other documents to fully appreciate the sacrifice of the men and women from the Okanagan. Bio: Major (Ret’d) Paul Randall, CD, MSc., grew up in Osoyoos, BC. He served in the British Columbia Regiment (Vancouver, BC), and later with the British Columbia Dragoons (Kelowna, BC). He worked as a research technician at the Agriculture Canada Research Centre in Summerland, BC. Now retired, Paul volunteers with several organizations. By donation For more information, please contact: Keith Boehmer at 250.763.9292 kboehmer@kelownamuseums.ca Okanagan Military Museum 1424 Ellis St. events@kelownanow.com
Presented by Major (Ret’d) Paul Randall, CD, MSc

Learn about the various web sites and online resources that you can use to find soldiers who served in the Great War. Using a soldier’s file, you will discover how to read their military record and other documents to fully appreciate the sacrifice of the men and women from the Okanagan.

Bio:
Major (Ret’d) Paul Randall, CD, MSc., grew up in Osoyoos, BC. He served in the British Columbia Regiment (Vancouver, BC), and later with the British Columbia Dragoons (Kelowna, BC). He worked as a research technician at the Agriculture Canada Research Centre in Summerland, BC. Now retired, Paul volunteers with several organizations.

By donation

For more information, please contact:
Keith Boehmer at 250.763.9292
kboehmer@kelownamuseums.ca



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