This crossword is to honour those who’ve lived and died in wars.
- Two words. A well-known music star. He wrote a hit entitled “War”
- A soldier who return from a war alive
- Two words. A Canadian who wrote a poem that is now known worldwide.
- Two words. A chain of mountains in Northern France. Its capture is considered a turning point in WW1.
- Plural. A red flower associated with persons who died in war.
- Friends/comrades; persons who work together during a war/battle.
- November 11. It’s been named this in Canada to honour all, on field and off field, in war. A period of silence is held on the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month.
- Persons who aren’t directly involved in the conflict. They’re often considered by-standers.
- What a soldier is known to persons when their lives are saved.
- Persons involved in wars are most often affected by this mental health illness.
- A group of soldiers.
- An open area known by this name. It is the title of a poem written by a Canadian surgeon serving here in World War 1.