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Born in Cheshire, Brian Moss volunteered in 1939 for the Royal Engineers becoming a bomb disposal operator. His almost continuous active war service both at home initially and overseas is described in his own words and artwork in this inspiring memoir. Post-war, he led a distinguished career as a Civil Engineer.
He and his wife Cecily followed their sons, Michael and Christopher, to Canada in 1984. Brian died in 1999.
After medical training in London, UK, Michael (Mike) Moss became a flying doctor in northern Canada before resuming his Pathology career in Nova Scotia and British Columbia. In 1998, Mike led one of two teams performing forensic identifications of the Swissair 111 crash victims. He co-wrote and co-produced the feature film, Decoding Annie Parker. Mike and his wife live in Nova Scotia.