Top 20 War Hero celebrities in Canada
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 War Hero celebrities [Updated June 2, 2023].
Leo Clarke was born
on December 1, 1892
The street Valour Road in Winnipeg was renamed after Clarke and other war heroes.
Arthur Currie was born
on December 5, 1875
He became Vice Chancellor of Montreal's McGill University in 1920.
Tommy Prince was born
on October 25, 1915
He spent three days behind enemy lines disguised as a farmer during World War II.
James Leroy was born
on April 3, 1947
In 2002 "Touch of Magic" received a Classic Award after reaching 100,000 radio plays on Canadian radio.
George Kenney was born
on August 6, 1889
He test-flew new airplane models and was involved in figuring out how to mount machine guns on aircraft.
Daniel Gunther was born
on January 13, 1969
The accounts of his death vary: he was either killed by a mortar or by an anti-artillery rocket.
Ben Lear was born
on May 12, 1879
He ordered an entire regiment of soldiers to walk fifteen miles in hot, unrelenting sunlight after some of the soldiers had cat-called passing women.
Laura Secord was born
on September 13, 1775
She became the subject of much Canadian folklore and was also given a memorial in Canada's capital.
Rob Furlong was born
on November 11, 1976
He successfully shot and killed a member of Al Qaeda from the top of a 2,430 meters-high hill.