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Does your family have a connection to Dieppe?

Landing craft carrying the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders to Dieppe draw away from a Royal Navy motor torpedo boat to start their approach to the beaches during the raid on Dieppe, Aug. 19, 1942.

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To mark the approaching 70th anniversary of the Dieppe raid, The Globe and Mail invites you to share your stories of Canadians who were there.

According to Veterans Affairs, Canada suffered 3,367 casualties, including 913 deaths. Pay tribute to both the survivors and the victims of the ill-fated operation by sharing your family's mementoes and stories by filling out the form below or e-mailing photos to community@globeandmail.com

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