Remembering the Battle of the Atlantic

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)

Remembering the Battle of the Atlantic

Sooke Legion members, cadets commemorate longest battle of the Second World War

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson – Sooke News Mirror)

 

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)
Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)
Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror) Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror) Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)
Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror) Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)

Sooke Royal Canadian Legions members and Sea Cadets joined with communities across the country in commemorating the Battle of the Atlantic Sunday. On the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community remember the sailors, aviators, and mariners who died at sea during the Battle of the Atlantic, the longest campaign of the Second World War. (Charlotte Baye Pearson - Sooke News Mirror)