Canada In Khaki (1917-1919) WW1 Journal

Canada in Khaki was a magazine published in Toronto jointly by the Musson Book Company and the Canadian War Records Office to illustrate Canadians’ actions during World War I as well as to raise money for the Canadian War Memorial Fund.

Subtitled A Tribute to the Officers and Men now serving in the Overseas Military Forces of Canada, it was published in three volumes from 1917 to 1919. A journal comprised of war art reproductions, cartoons, military history and personal recollections, it featured illustrations by talented artists such as John Byam Liston Shaw and Harold H. Piffard.

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“Your Motherland Will Never Forget” by Joseph Simpson, R.B.A

Restorations of the first 2 Volumes are available for free online here:

Volume 1

Volume 2

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The Thin Red Line by H. Piffard

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