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Hardy, J.


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Tpr. John Hardy Killed in Action

Some time ago it was announced that Tpr. John Hardy, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hardy, of Lindsay had been killed in action.


Accompanying is a recent picture of the young soldier. Trooper Hardy was quite popular among his many friends and he was favourably known to many people. He enlisted with the Tank Corps at Kingston in March 1943 and took his training at Peterborough and Camp Borden. He landed in England in February 1944. He was serving when last heard from with a British Columbia Tank Corps.


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C 121185

Tpr. Hardy, John H.

Enlisted in the Canadian Armoured Corps in Kingston in May 1943, to train for a wireless operator.

Took Basic Training at Peterborough and proceeded to Camp Borden in August 1943.

He went overseas in February 1944 and was attached to the 28th Canadian Armoured (British Columbia) Regiment in June 1944.

Died in action on 14 September 1944.

Publisher:
Warder
Date of Publication:
18 Oct 1944
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Personal Name(s):
John Hardy
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.3522988053259 Longitude: -78.7368082116699
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Hardy, J.


C 121185

Tpr. Hardy, John H.

Enlisted in the Canadian Armoured Corps in Kingston in May 1943, to train for a wireless operator.

Took Basic Training at Peterborough and proceeded to Camp Borden in August 1943.

He went overseas in February 1944 and was attached to the 28th Canadian Armoured (British Columbia) Regiment in June 1944.

Died in action on 14 September 1944.