Remembrance Day 2012

I’m reposting my 2011 Remembrance Day tribute to the 620,000 Canadians from across the country who “did their bit” during the Great War and to the nearly 67,000 who never made it home. “Doing Our Bit” features photographs of recruits from Victoria, BC marching through the streets of the city […]

A Day to Remember

November 9, 1914. A 20-year old Lance-Corporal named Edward Dobson hunkered down in a shallow and water-filled trench at the edge of a wood. The German’s were preparing for their final push to Ypres and Edward and the rest of the British Expeditionary Force stood in their way. Meanwhile, 200 […]