Flags of our fathers: Sask. museum showcases flag flown 100 years ago on first Armistice Day

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on November 8th, 2018

Before he went off to war in 1916, Harold Lackey gave Margaret Jenkins a flag — a pristine Union Jack to remember him by.

A year later Lackey, a 28-year-old from Radville, Sask., was dead. He was killed in action defending Vimy Ridge, a pivotal battleground in France that Canadian forces had captured two weeks earlier. Read more...

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