|Canadian soldiers on the lookout for the Japanese invaders in Hong Kong|
|Japanese troops marching along Queen's Road Central|
They day they surrendered, December 25, 1941 was known as "Black Christmas", as the then Governor of Hong Kong Sir Mark Aitchison Young, surrendered in person to the Japanese headquarters that was located in the Peninsula Hong Kong hotel.
Of the 1,975 Canadians who sailed to Hong Kong, more than 550 never came home. Most were laid to rest at Sai Wan War Cementary in Chai Wan.