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Christmas Leave

Christmas Leave By W. E. Turley, First C.E.F. December 15, 1926 “Out since Mons” blinked all the way across the Channel in the dark. The

An Incident

An Incident By James Frances December 1926 The second draft for overseas service was very much like the first, and, for that matter, it differed

“Dead” Man Appears to Old Comrade

  “Dead” Man Appears to Old Comrade By The Legionary June 15th, 1926 “Hello, Jack!” “My God, Tom, I buried you in France – thought

Eyes! Eyes! Eyes!

Published in the June 1930 issue of Legion Magazine. Written by Will R. Bird Exclusive Audio Version: It was when the “Prairie Squirrels” were at

The “Nut” Squad

To mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War, Legion Magazine is delving through its archives to find first-hand reports of the war and

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