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Martin, E.


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Description:
C 26269

Gnr. Earl Martin of Norland, Ontario, enlisted in the Canadian Army on 8 September 1939. He joined the 45th Canadian Field Battery, R.C.A. at Lindsay and trained there and at Petawawa (Ont) and Tracadie (N.S.) and Sussex (N.B.).


Gnr. Martin was sent overseas on 11 November 1941.


He was attached to the Assault Division and saw action against the enemy in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany.


Gnr. Martin arrived home on 10 September 1945. He was given his discharge from the service on 23 October 1945.


Previous to enlistment Earl Martin was employed in the operation of a Service Station.

Date of Publication:
8 Sep 1939
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Earl Martin
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.71682 Longitude: -78.81628
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Martin, E.


C 26269

Gnr. Earl Martin of Norland, Ontario, enlisted in the Canadian Army on 8 September 1939. He joined the 45th Canadian Field Battery, R.C.A. at Lindsay and trained there and at Petawawa (Ont) and Tracadie (N.S.) and Sussex (N.B.).


Gnr. Martin was sent overseas on 11 November 1941.


He was attached to the Assault Division and saw action against the enemy in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany.


Gnr. Martin arrived home on 10 September 1945. He was given his discharge from the service on 23 October 1945.


Previous to enlistment Earl Martin was employed in the operation of a Service Station.