Témoignages d'anciens combattants:
John Cannon Stothers

Armée

  • John Cannon Stothers when he first enlisted with the 170th Battalion, Mississauga Horse Regiment in 1916. Collection courtesy of Mr. Stother's great-nephew, Steven Stothers.

    John Cannon Stothers when he first enlisted with the 170th Battalion, Mississauga Horse Regiment in 1916. Collection courtesy of Mr. Stother's great-nephew, Steven Stothers.
  • John Cannon Stothers in the uniform of the Mississauga Horse Regiment.

    John Cannon Stothers in the uniform of the Mississauga Horse Regiment.
  • In 1917, Mr. Stothers was transferred to the 15th Battalion, 48th Highlanders. He served with this regiment in France and later as part of the Army of Occupation until 1919.

    In 1917, Mr. Stothers was transferred to the 15th Battalion, 48th Highlanders. He served with this regiment in France and later as part of the Army of Occupation until 1919.
  • John Stothers (left) and a fellow member of the 48th Highlanders.

    John Stothers (left) and a fellow member of the 48th Highlanders.
  • Cover of the program for the Canadian Corps Championship held in France on Dominion Day, July 1, 1918.

    Cover of the program for the Canadian Corps Championship held in France on Dominion Day, July 1, 1918.
  • The schedule of sporting events held during the Canadian Corps Championship. Events included the 100 yard dash, tennis doubles, sack race, volleyball and pole pillow fighting.

    The schedule of sporting events held during the Canadian Corps Championship. Events included the 100 yard dash, tennis doubles, sack race, volleyball and pole pillow fighting.
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