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The Story of the 102nd Canadian Infantry Battalion
From BC to Baisieux by Sgt Leonard McLeod Gould HQ 102nd Canadians WW1


102COMOXPDE.jpg (43925 bytes)On Route March in Comox BC 

(thanks to the late Brian Isfeld in Comox) jbull.jpg (22591 bytes) k0301.jpg (15722 bytes) k0302.jpg (63641 bytes) k0304.jpg (19066 bytes)

"Colonel Warden. Comox B.C. Photo by the King Studio #170"
"#2 Co Warden's Warriors 102 Bn. N.B.C. C.E.F. " 28 The King Studio"

"On Parade - Note the black bear mascot"

"Farewell to Good Old Comox The 102 Battn C.E.F. Photo by the King Studio Vancouver B.C. # 78"

The vessel is "Princess Charlotte"



Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 

Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Images The Author The VC 29th Battalion Links


"SOMME, 1916", "Ancre Heights", "Ancre, 1916", "ARRAS, 1917, 18", "VIMY, 1917", "Hill 70", ", 1917", "PASSCHENDAELE", "AMIENS", "Scarpe, 1918", "Drocourt-Queant", "HINDENBURG LINE", "CANAL du NORD", "VALENCIENNES", "France and Flanders, 1916-18".

Be sure and visit the 102nd Battalion`s Sister Unit - the 54th Kootenay Battalion

Visit the 21st Battalion from Eastern Ontario

In Memory of LEONARD MUNROE, Lance Corporal, 634116, 21st Bn., Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regt.), who died on, Saturday, 3rd November 1917. Age 22. Son of Peter Munroe and his wife Ellen McDermid, of Maxville, Ontario, resting at PASSCHENDAELE NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, Grave Reference, IX. E. 11., all Canada in Khaki  pictures courtesy of Leonard Munroe' s descendant Maj Don MacLean, Canadian Armed Forces.