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image Cavalry Shelter, by A.J. Munnings
publications
Illustration from Art and War - Canadian war memorials, a selection of the works executed for the Canadian war memorials fund to form a record of Canada's part in the great war and a memorial to those Canadians who have made the great sacrifice by P. G. Konody: reproduction of "Cavalry Shelter," by A.J. Munnings

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image Cook's Son, Duke's Son, Son of a Millionaire ...
drawings/illustrations
Volume 2, JM Sketchbooks: Image of three soldiers (including officers), as comment on the socio-economic aspects of army life.

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image The Muse in Arms, cover
publications
Cover of The Muse in Arms - a collection of war poems, for the most part written in the field of action by seamen, soldiers, and flying men who are serving, or have served in the Great War, with an introduction by E.B. Osborn.
Read The Muse in Arms online at the above link (via the Internet Archive).


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image cover, Canada, by Burt C. Weston
music
Cover of Canada, words and music by Burt C. Weston.
Listen to Canadian historical sound recordings online at the above link (via Library and Archives Canada's Virtual Gramophone)


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image Dear Old Pal of Mine by Harold Robe and Gitz Rice, cover
music
Cover of Dear Old Pal of Mine, words by Harold Robe, music by Gitz Rice. Lieutenant Gitz Rice was born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia in 1891 and studied at the McGill conservatory in Montreal. He joined the Armys First Canadian contingent as a gunnery officer and served in Europe during the war. In 1917 he became officer in charge of musical entertainment for the Canadian troops. He was well known for a number of patriotic songs he wrote during World War I.
Listen to Canadian historical sound recording online at the above link (via Library and Archives Canada's Virtual Gramaphone)


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image It's a Long Way to Tipperary, by Jack Judge and Harry Williams, cover
music
Cover of It's a Long Way to Tipperary - Sung by the Soldiers of the King, by Jack Judge and Harry Williams. Jack Judge, was a musical hall entertainer and composer. The song was composed in 1912 when someone challenged him with a bet that he could not write a new composition in one day. As a result Its a long way to Tipperary" was created.
Listen to Canadian historical sound recordings online at the above link (via Library and Archives Canada's Virtual Gramophone)


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image The Call to Arms: a descriptive fantasia, by Ezra Read, cover
music
Cover of The Call to Arms: a descriptive fantasia, by Ezra Read. Erza Read was born in Willenhall, Staffordshire in 1862. He was apprenticed to a blacksmith but after finishing his training he opted to try his hand at making a living as a pianist. He travelled with orchestras and over the next 25 years his compositions were published in both London and United States.
Listen to Canadian historical sound recordings online at the above link (via Library and Archives Canada's Virtual Gramophone)


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image Crossing, September 1, 1918
drawings/illustrations
Illustration of a soldier during Atlantic Crossing, dated 1918, from the sketchbook of William W. Duncan. Lt. Duncan served with the Canadian Infantry, "2" Company, 16th Battalion, 2nd Division in France, Belgium and Germany in World War I.

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image Dead Horse Corner, Monchy, by F.H. Varley
publications
Illustration from Art and War - Canadian war memorials, a selection of the works executed for the Canadian war memorials fund to form a record of Canada's part in the great war and a memorial to those Canadians who have made the great sacrifice by P. G. Konody: reproduction of "Dead Horse Corner, Monchy," by F.H. Varley

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