“The Divine Trench”: The Story of One of Medicine Hat’s Most Celebrated Sons-Pvt. James Peter Robertson VC

I have always enjoyed reading about history and more recently, I became fascinated with the history of WWI. This was prompted by the discovery of pictures of my wife’s grandfather and great uncle, Thomas and Edward Medlicott, who were members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) and who served gallantly overseas in the Great War. Another young man from Medicine Hat who joined the CEF and fought gallantly overseas became one of Medicine Hat’s most celebrated sons. His name is -Pvt. James Peter Robertson.

This is his story embedded in the greater context of the First World War for which many are unaware.  READ ON

 

2 thoughts on ““The Divine Trench”: The Story of One of Medicine Hat’s Most Celebrated Sons-Pvt. James Peter Robertson VC

  1. Hi, Bill! Wow, what a great description and analysis! You can almost “feel” the mud, and “smell” the smoke on the battlefield–well done!

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