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Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Stanley Park

Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

The Japanese Canadian War memorial is a tribute to the Japanese Canadian soldiers who fought in wars for Canada.

This memorial was designed by James Benzie and was unveiled on April 2, 1920.

Japanese Canadian War Memorial plaque in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

The plaque says:

The plaque says:

World War I

Japanese Canadian War Memorial

This monument is in lasting memory of the 190 who answered the call of duty for Canada and to the 54 who laid down their lives in defence of freedom in the great war.  Their names are engraved on the monument erected, April 2, 1920.

A re-lighting of the memorial to Canadian soldiers of Japanese ancestry in world war I took place on August 2, 1985.

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Japanese Canadian War Memorial plaque in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Japanese Canadian War Memorial plaque in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Japanese Canadian War Memorial plaque in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Where is the Japanese Canadian War Memorial in Stanley Park?

The Japanese Canadian War Memorial is located on the south side of the Lumbermens' Arch Picnic Area close to the back side of the Vancouver Aquarium .  Nearby is the Miniature Train and Junior Forest Wardens Tree and plaque.

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