Carla Qualtrough
Hon. Carla Qualtrough
Member of Parliament for Delta
Douglas Arthur Moore

Douglas Arthur Moore was born in London, where he began his service in the army during World War II. He fought in Egypt, India, Myanmar, England and Italy. Douglas was wounded in Italy, healed in London and from there was transferred to the Canadian Army. In 1948, he arrived in Canada to fight the floods in Winnipeg. He proceeded to train the Canadian Army, specializing in tanks and signals. Douglas was often based at the airport, the location used to listen to Russia at the time. His duty continued at Camp Borden from 1952 to 1956, followed by Camp Meadford. The army designated Douglas to train the troops for the Korean War. Due to his injuries on both hands, he was not sent overseas, but did contribute to the skills and forces fought in the Korean War. Douglas was awarded various metals for his bravery, and commitment to our country including Burma Star, African Star with 8th Army Clasp, Italy Star, 1939 – 1945 Star, WWII Medal, Defense Medal, Defense Medal, and the Canadian Service Medal. His family resided in Ladner, BC. Douglas Arthur Moore demonstrated courage and sacrifice in pursuing peace for our country, making his family very proud. The photo is of Douglas in Italy in May of 1944. 

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