36 Tag Results for Saskatchewan

Archibald Glenlyon Campbell

...the 107th and other Canadian pioneer battalions worked amid mud, rain, and German shells to keep roads open.

Robert Magill

He was immediately caught up in the crisis precipitated by the poor wheat crop of 1916 and the British demand for large quantities of Canadian grain.

Gordon Muriel Flowerdew

He had become a local hero in 1911 by helping to apprehend two robbers. It came as no surprise that he volunteered for service overseas.

Alfred Frank Mantle

"Everyone is now saying . . . that such indispensable men as Frank Mantle in a new land like Saskatchewan should not be permitted to enlist.”

Augustine Emmanuel Lambert

The wear and tear of trench warfare had taken its toll and Lambert went out for two weeks with trench fever.

Reginald John Godfrey Bateman

War, he said, “is the one supreme, the only entirely adequate test of a nation’s spiritual quality."

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