RESEARCH ON WW1 AVAILABLE.
Have you ever wondered about the Canadians in WW1 and if there is information at the National Archives or the War Museum on your particular interest ?
Our Webmaster - Floyd Low, has a BA (University of Victoria) and MA (Royal Military College) in the field of conflict studies and has specialised in WW1 archival research for several years.
As a young Reserve Army Sapper he became interested in old pictures of strange uniforms on the walls of the Kemball Armoury in Trail BC. This is the result www.54thbattalioncef.ca, later he created www.102ndbattalioncef.ca. He did the research on finding where Pat Quinn's grandfather served on the Western Front with the 102nd Battalion. He was a 2009 graduate of the Canadian Army Staff College.
He can interpret CEF personnel files for you, get you locations where your relatives or soldier of interest served, and send you maps of these locations so you can load the data into Google Earth and see where these sites are today.
Rates are reasonable and the return to you is a real value and insight into the years of 1914 - 1918 and the existing records like unit War Diaries, Maps, Personnel and as a guide to CEF references in the London Gazette in the UK.
Or just go flying with the WW1 German Flying Corps and
If you would like an online consultation just email Floyd at this link RESEARCH AT COBWFA.ca or select from this menu below
Here's Floyd (now ex-military) and pal Randy James in their day jobs. Canadian Army by day - Canadian History by night.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 08 January 2014 23:46)