On July 2, 1995 a Vietnam Wall was dedicated in Canada
for 103 men who fought and died in Vietnam who had joined
the American armed forces. Even thou Canada was not in
the Vietnam War. It is estimated that some 20,000 Canadians
were in the U.S. military. These 103 men are the ones they can prove were Canadians citizens. With many of our citizens going to Canada to avoid the draft, Canadians were coming here.
A kind of weird cultural exchange.