Teen war veterans sleuth helps get WW II sergeants

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Teen war veterans sleuth helps get WW II sergeant's name added to Guelph, OntIt was kind of,., cenotaph | CBC News - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

A Guelph?teen?has discovered?through research at a library?that the name of a?local sergeant?who served in the Second World War is missing from the Ontario city’s?cenotaphcovid_19_pandemic_in_saskatchewan.?

Thomas Szabo, 16most recently, spent hours this summer at the local public libraryThough this suggestion is. He’d recently taken an interest in history, and was eager to learn more about the Second World War.?

As a student research?volunteer for the charity Canadian Remembrance Torch, Thomas?spent anywhere from five to 25 hours each week combing through archives. He and other students at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute (GCVI) are part of the Canadian Remembrance Torch’s TorchBearers program,?which aims to promote remembrance year round for Canadian veterans.?

“Going through all these archives and reading about all these amazing stories about Guelph, it really just stood out to me and it connected me on a much more personal level than anything else I could have found.”

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