Arthur Graham Herman ZF3958Lieutenant1st Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment, R.C.I.C.August 18, 1928Moncton, New BrunswickAugust 19, 195224United Nations Cemetery (Busan), South KoreaPlot 21. Row 3. Grave 1295 Commemorated on Page 32 of the Korean War Book of Remembrance Lieutenant Herman was a platoon commander. On August 19, 1952 he was on Hill 210 when the Chinese attacked. Lieutenant Ramsey Withers and Lieutenant Herman were walking to the the Company headquarters when the Chinese started shelling. Lieutenant Herman left him to return to his men who were in a forward position. A 122 howitzer shell land in that forward position where Lieutenant and three other men were and all were killed. Lieutenant Herman was the son of Reverend Arthur K. and Myrtle A. (Graham) Herman of Wilmot, Nova Scotia.