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  1. Newspaper Article from Advance Post

    gunner; Tpr. Doug. Barry, of Edmonton, Alberta, the wireless operator, and Tpr. Jock Morrice, of Winnipeg ...

    Editor - Dec 29 2023 - 9:10am

  2. Newspaper Article from Advance Post

    Canada and commanded by a young lieutenant-colonel from Winnipeg, proved themselves typical Canadians. ...

    Editor - Dec 29 2023 - 1:13pm

  3. Memoir from Andrews, Harold John (Jack)

    to Winnipeg. There we were made up into a second section to a regular train. The 26th was my 21st ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - Sep 14 2021 - 2:32pm

  4. Diary from Andrews, Alfred Herbert John

    [January 1917] New Years Day, 1917, was quiet. I spent the day renewing acquaintances with the men in "C" Co. At night the Batt had a concert and I recited some of Service's poems. They went over well. Next day Capt. Black detailed me to 8 ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - Apr 3 2023 - 11:27am

  5. Diary from Andrews, Alfred Herbert John

    from Villers Cognicourt to Cherissy. There we found troops from Winnipeg and I met a number of old ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - Apr 3 2023 - 11:43am

  6. Memoir from Bull, Stewart Hastings

    In 1939, I was anxious to do my part in helping to defeat Hitler. I enrolled in the COTC at the University of Toronto, and starting in September I would go down there two nights a week, and we'd practice our basic knowledge of Army activity. We spent ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - Sep 13 2021 - 2:11pm

  7. Memoir from Savage, Charles Henry

    It is always interesting to ask a volunteer why he enlisted. Probably the only answer that you will not get is that he did it out of patriotism. One seldom hears a soldier use that word. King and country, the Old Flag, the mighty British Empire are phrase ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - Sep 14 2021 - 5:51am