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Interactive Memorial Wall

Peacekeepers Park, Calgary
A Tribute to Canada’s Peacekeepers 

Peacekeepers Park features a stunning Wall of Honour that commemorates Canadian peacekeeping missions and pays tribute to those who have lost their lives. The bronze statue  on its western edge depicts Canadian peacekeeper Mark Isfeld giving an “Izzy” doll to a child. The “Izzy” doll is named after Mark Isfeld, whose mother crocheted small dolls for him to give to local children while on patrols during his tour. Isfeld’s name is on the wall of the park, as he was killed by a landmine in Croatia on June 21, 1994. The park also features a Mission Wall which lists all the United Nations missions that Canadians have been involved in.

Interactive Historical Vehicles

M4 Sherman Easy 8

This M4 Sherman Easy 8 first saw action in December of 1944 in the Second World War. The Easy 8 variant was more mobile and better armed then the previous versions of the M4 Sherman. It carried HVAP (High Velocity Armour Penetrating) rounds which were necessary to knock out heavily armoured German tanks such as the Panther and Tiger Tanks.

Interactive Cemetery

Union Cemetery

Calgary was the headquarters to No 13 Military District during the First World War, and the city had four military hospitals with 918 beds. During the Second World War, a small arms training centre, an infantry training centre and a service flying training school were set up at Calgary, the latter under the British and Commonwealth Air Training Plan. There was also an elementary flying training school at De Winton, a few miles south of the city. The Calgary Royal Air Force stations were at Lincoln Park and McCall Field.

Interactive Monuments

Central Memorial Park Cenotaph + ANZAC Airmen Memorial

Central Memorial Park Cenotaph is located in Calgary Alberta Canada. This Cenotaph was dedicated to the fallen of World War One on the 11th of November 1928. It since has been updated to include World War 2, and the Korean War. A monument to ANZAC Airmen who lost their lives during training in Canada is also on this site and can be viewed.

"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."
Sir Winston Churchill