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William Egerton Hodgins

Both of his sons also served with distinction in the war, and one, Frederick Owen, would die in 1924.

Gordon Charles Davidson

Had he lived, Davidson would no doubt have made significant contributions to Canadian – and most particularly British Columbian – historical writing.

Visiting “No Man’s Land”

A family trip to Vimy in 1936.

William Egerton Hodgins

He never attained the fame of some contemporary military figures, but he performed his tasks, a number of them quite onerous, with proficiency.

Sir Donald Alexander Macdonald

His connection with Hughes may have stood in the way of his getting the overseas position, in spite of Prime Minister Robert Borden’s support.

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