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An item of 'trench art' associated with the First World War service of Private John Campbell Barter. John Barter volunteered for service, aged 37, in 1915 and joined the 143rd Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), the British Columbia Bantams. After arriving in France and Flanders in 1917, he was medically downgraded and transferred to the Corps of Canadian Railway Troops. He later served in the Royal Canadian Artillery and survived to return home in 1919.

William Mills - a golf club designer from Sunderland - patented, developed and manufactured the 'Mills bomb' at the Mills Munition Factory in Birmingham, in 1915. The British Army adopted it as its standard hand grenade in 1915, and designated as the No. 5. The term "Mills Bomb" was first coined early in WWI, as grenadiers were referred to as "bombers". The term was confusing and soon "grenade" was officially applied. During WW1 Britain was producing up to half a million hand grenades each…

Vintage Military WWII Lub Oil Can M.G. Army Browning Machine Gun Lubricating • CAD 28.69

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WW2 Tiny Rocky Mountain Rangers Pin Enamel Lapel Badge Canadian Army Kamloops BC in Collectibles, Militaria, WW II (1939-45) | eBay

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