Open main menu

Wikipedia β

Canada in Khaki

Canada in Khaki was a magazine published in Toronto by the Musson Book Company[1] and by the Canadian War Records Office to illustrate Canadians’ actions during World War I and raise money for the Canadian War Memorial Fund.[2] Canada in Khaki was published in 1917–1919 in three volumes. The magazine had a subheading A Tribute to the Officers and Men now serving in the Overseas Military Forces of Canada. A collection of war art reproductions, cartoons, military history and personal recollections, it featured illustrations by contemporary artists, such as John Byam Liston Shaw, Harold H. Piffard and others.

ReferencesEdit