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George Burdon McKean

Perhaps because of his size, and his aptitude, McKean was often assigned to scouting duties, creeping across no man’s land and reporting on the enemy.

Charles James Townshend Stewart

He has the vitality of Hercules but remains normal by undermining operations, such as fifty cigarettes a day and the output of a whiskey factory.

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.

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