Ernest Cote

This page is completely dedicated to what Ernest Cote has to say. All of Ernest Cote’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Ernest Cote came from an article called D-Day: 100-year-old Canadian veteran returns to the beaches: “They were (the British soldiers) against the ramp. A group of them were drinking a cup of coffee, or I should say tea. I had to tell the captain, Listen, when you've finished your tea, we need to move the dead as quickly as possible as it's no good for the morale of the troops coming in.”.

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They were (the British soldiers) against the ramp. A group of them were drinking a cup of coffee, or I should say tea. I had to tell the captain, Listen, when you've finished your tea, we need to move the dead as quickly as possible as it's no good for the morale of the troops coming in.

The memory, unfortunately for me, is for those that lost their lives here, but what do you want, freedom has a price and when you see these headstones perfectly aligned, this is the sacrifice individuals made for freedom.

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