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Corporal Tom

GENERAL CURRIE PRESENTS MEDAL “Daily Province”.  Friday November 23rd 1917. “Mr. A. G. Heselton of 1931 fifty-first avenue east has received word that his brother, Corp T. W. Heselton, who before the war was an employee of Martin Finlayson & … Continue reading

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Museum of Military Medicine

War means fighting.  Fighting means killing.  Killing means dying.  I love war movies.  And if you’re not killed you may still require medical attention.  If you’re dead you don’t need medical attention.  I think this is true even if it … Continue reading

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