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SFU expert on Remembrance Day

November 09, 2020

As Remembrance Day nears, we focus on the importance of honouring our veterans by remembering the sacrifices of those who served in the name of freedom.

Simon Fraser University professor James Horncastle is available to speak on the significance of Remembrance Day, and World War history, including this year’s marking of the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.

James Horncastle, Edward and Emily McWhinney professor in International Relations, Hellenic Studies,


Matt Kieltyka, SFU Communications & Marketing
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