Update: Finding Fred Lee & The Hill 70 Project

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2018 Update on National Commemorative Project to Honour Chinese Canadian Soldier The Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society, Philanthropist Jack Gin and The Hill 70 Memorial Project Team announce update to fundraising and overall tribute effort for Frederick Lee Vancouver, BC – Three Canadian organizations, the Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society, Philanthropist […]

Honour for one Dead Soldier…

Honour for all who fought at Hill 70 From their base in Kingston, Ontario, the volunteer team did the “411” on Frederick Lee. “Regrettably very limited in scope and does not point to any living next of kin.” No father, no mother, no trace of family. But they presented a photo from the battle scene, […]

Who was Freddy Lee?


Frederick Lee, killed in action, 21 Aug 1917 His name is etched at the Vimy Ridge Memorial for fallen Canadian soldiers. But records show him on a list of 1877 dead soldiers from the Battle of Hill 70, located 15 kilometres away. This was a “forgotten battle” of WW1, the Great War that saw millions […]