Canada history, celebrating its connection to the Butlin timeline
Uploader: Textile Museum of Canada
This was one of the very few videos I was able to find on the internet that had shown Eaton's store in Canada. It just happens that this one has an image of a man that looks close to Billy and no, it's not him. Click on play to watch this video that shows you a great deal of history.
Billy Butlin had in the fact told them the wrong year of his birth to help join the army. His papers show it as 1898, as a suitcase maker, allowing him to be at the age needed. (Image credit to Wikipedia)
Click on these words to go directly to the Lives of the first world war page showing Billy Butlin acknowledgement of the war.
Small note: The logo and design above are from their website and can remove at any time. It was used here to say thank you for the information and to link you to the site.
A collection of photographs of Canadian troops during World War 1. Original captions are in quotations. From the book America's War For Humanity, Pictorial History of the World War For Liberty and Collier's Photographic History of the European War published in 1917.