Newfoundland & Labrador’s Forget-Me-Not

Archived image of the Beaumont-Hamel Danger Tree, an iconic Newfoundland landmark from the battle of the Somme

Before 1949, Newfoundland was an independent British Dominion, and proud of it. As “Britain’s Oldest Colony,” the people of Newfoundland and Labrador proudly showcased their distinctiveness. The Newfoundland experience of the Great War would exemplify that pride and distinction, as would the commemoration that followed. Newfoundland and Labrador were swept into the Great War, as […]