The Forgotten of the Remembrance Day

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In Ontario it's hard not to realize that it's Memorial Day, we see poppy flowers everywhere, many people wear them and there are commemorations like the photo accompanying this post.

Sure it's never fun when someone dies, but say that the Canadian soldier es are not always fallen on fields of honor for very noble causes (since the repression of the uprising of the Northwest Métis to occupation of Haiti through the atrocities committed in Somalia .

Here I would like to pay tribute to the soldiers of the MacKenzie-Papineau battalion which has been killed by bullets of the franquist troops were shredded by German bombs, during the Spanish Civil War.