Veteran considers himself 'one of the lucky ones'
from Sundre Round-Up
Ninety-one-year-old Sundre resident and veteran Victor Loreth considers himself one of the lucky ones who experienced the Second World War. Loreth grew up on a farm in Raymore, Saskatchewan, joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in December of 1941 at age 18, and moved to Brandon, Manitoba. "Farming wasn't my thing so I thought I'd join the air force," he said. After about six months, he transferred to Regina, Saskatchewan, where he made acid bombs for training purposes.
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