Trenches and Mud
At Hill 62, well maintained trenches makes Robert feel like the war experience has been contrived. At the Dug Out in Zonnebeke, we can see the dampness and muddy conditions that soldiers would have bunked in because there were no buildings left standing.
George’s Convalescent Recovery
Pictures of George while recovering from a gunshot wound to the shoulder.
Letters from George
George explains how he was wounded in a letter from the Ontario Military Hospital. George talks about fellow Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry soldiers. George’s letter thanking for Christmas parcel and living with rats.
Talbot House - Facebook WWI
Through postings on the wall, soldiers left messages for each other
In Action With Our Troops
Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry - Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada