many personal stories that touched my heart and sparked my subconscious. One of the letters was written by Leslie Nuefeld, a soldier from the town of Nipawin, Saskatchewan. My father grew up in that area, and reading the words of this young man was both humbling and thought-provoking. He writes: "If anything should happen to me, do not feel sad or burdened by it, but take the attitude of "He served his country to his utmost." With that spirit I am going into battle…I have full expectations of returning and with God's strength and guidance I'm sure He will see me thro' all peril. My trust is in God." He died two days after writing this letter in the D-Day invasion of June 6, 1944, You can read the full letter here. It is both tragic and uplifting.
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