In the Normandy section of the War Museum, there's a door that opens out onto a balcony, where one can view Lebreton Gallery below. I'll take you down there in coming days.
Back among the Second World War exhibits is this Sherman tank that took part in the Normandy campaign.
Among the veterans on hand at the museum for Remembrance Day were two members of a nursing order who served during the Second World War, with displays of photos and items on hand at their table and on a table beside them, as well as a uniform of the time.
Both of these women are in their nineties, still vital and active, having had come here each Remembrance Day. They were with the nursing order through Europe during and after the war, and both are a pleasure to speak with, as I've chatted with them in previous years.
Take a good look at the date on this panel. Lieutenant Gray is one of the select few who have a bust among the monuments downtown collectively known as the Valiants; for a look at that, look here.
This is a sample tombstone from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission that closes out the Second World War section.