In 1916, a young bank clerk from the Niagara region joined the Canadian Artillery and was shipped off to France and Belgium. Three and a half years later, he returned to Canada and rejoined the bank, eventually to become one of its most senior officers. This is his own account of that interval, during which he survived the battles of the Somme, Lens, Vimy Ridge, Passchendaele, and the Canadian spearhead of the Allied advance during the last one hundred days of the war.
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War Interlude 1916 -1919