Remembrance Day: A day for everyone to remember and honour our dead. But memories are not of a collective nature. We all have our own personal recollections. Mine, when I think of Remembrance Day, go back to WWII and the summer of 1944.
Giancarlo Gabbrielli was born in Florence, Italy, and later moved to Canada. He has written editorials and socio-political excerpts for Italo-Canadian newspapers and contributed essays published by the Leonardo Da Vinci Association. In addition to writing, he is also an accomplished painter and sculptor. Gabbrielli has now completed the sequels to The Lanzis I and is working on his fifth book.
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