Forestry Corps

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Recruiting Poster
Recruiting Poster for Canadian Forestry Corps, 1917
Blank versions of this poster were distributed to lumbering regions across Canada. Recruiting officers added details of mustering points in the various communities where the Forestry Battalions…

Casualties at Amiens
Battle of Amiens. German prisoners about to carry British wounded on the stretchers. Sailly-le-Sec, the limit of the German advance on the northern bank of the Somme, 8 August 1918

Crane Service
Casualty Form - Active Service (four pages)
Crane, John (Private), Canadian Forestry Corps
Regimental No. 2208428

Durrant Attestation
Attestation Papers - CEF and CFC
Durrant, Robert (Private), Canadian Expeditionary Force and Canadian Forestry Corps
Regimental No. 931637

Lumberjack Soldiers
In January 1917, the Ministry of Defense authorised the formation of the 230th Forestry Battalion, Canadian Forestry Corps, at Creston BC.

Fortier Service
Attestation Papers (two pages)
Casualty Form - Active Service (four pages)
Fortier, Everet (Private), Canadian Forestry Corps
Regimental No. 1013520

Hope Service
Attestation Papers (4 pages)
Medical Case Form (1 page)
Casualty Form - Active Service (5 pages)
Hope, Patrick Douglas (Private), Canadian Expeditionary Force and Canadian Forestry Corps
Regimental No. 23393 and 2208403

Kinmel After
Damaged and destroyed buildings at Kinmel Park Camp, Wales, following the riots of 4-5 March 1919

Mallandaine Letter
In January 1917, Edward Mallandaine, Major commanding the 107th East Kootenay Militia Battalion, wrote to the Minister of Defense requesting command of a new Forestry Battalion to be raised at Creston BC
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