Reviews for Remembered in Bronze and Stone
"In the aftermath of a world torn apart by war, countless communities across Canada sought to pay tribute to their fallen by erecting war memorials intended to serve as a syumbol of eternal remembrance. Through his insightful writing and often hauntingly beautiful photography, Alan MacLeod traces the story of the soldier statuary these efforts left behind. Remembered in Bronze and Stone is a fine tribute and a call to current and future generations to ensure the preservation of these memorials."
—Mark Zuehlke, author of the Candadian Battle Series and Through Blood and Sweat: A Remembrance Trek across Sicily's World War II Battlefields
"Moving memorials of a horrifying war."
—John Mackie, Vancouver Sun
"In Remembered in Bronze and Stone, Alan Livingstone MacLeod presents a remarkable look at the many ways we honoured our war dead, and he explores the symbolism found in these often lonely monuments."
—Mark Collin Reid, Canada's History