Daybreak South | Nov 8, 2013 | 4:03

Requiem for a Flashback

Arthur "Mac" McCorduck's writing or the war was raw and powerful. It questioned why they were fighting, especially in his piece Requiem for a Flashback. It is performed by Kelowna actor Roger Ward.

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