“General Mercer tried to win his way back, but he never got further than Armagh Wood for there his body was found several days later with three wounds in it.”
Pte. Donald Fraser on the death of Major-General Malcolm Smith Mercer of the 3rd Division at the Battle of Mount Sorrel. [The Journal of Private Fraser, 145]
Emplacement of two forward guns in Sanctuary Wood [Belgium], captured by Germans and recaptured by Canadians. July, 1916. Canada. Dept. of National Defence/Library and Archives Canada/PA-000094
Sanctuary Wood, Flanders. 1920. Mary Ritter Hamilton. Oil on plywood. Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1988-180-21
[Canvas haversack] c1914-1919. Collections CCGW/CCGG.