Story from a Photograph – Unknown Soldier and His Uniform

No information on the following 2 photographs, other than both of these were part of the estate of Harold Stewart and purchased at the same time as the photograph of Gordon Dewar.

The first sepia photograph measures 3″ x 5″ and depicts a soldier in his uniform.

5. “Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1918 Units of the Canadian Expeditionary Force also adopted metal shoulder titles, though most infantry battalions of the CEF wore a generic CANADA badge. Some of the reinforcement units of the CEF did adopt numbered shoulder titles in metal, and the numbered collar badges worn by the CEF were originally intended for wear on the shoulder strap. Cloth shoulder titles for some units were proposed, but usually rejected for use by Canadian officials “