WW1 photo postcard Canada C.E.F 134th Battalion Transport Section
Nice photo postcard of group of soldiers and officers of the C.E.F Canadian 134th Battalion posing in front of a building. All wearing bonnets.
Taken in England.
This is a card of the transport sect.
Dear G M I had your letter a few days ago. Glad to see you are keeping some better we are still in Eng but I don’t think we will be in thire comp very long now I have asked for a pass. I will be down to see you if I get it. I hope it wont be long or I get it. I had a letter from --- yesterday she has been sick in bed again she says she has not heard from you for some time and she is anchhis to here from you and . I will stop now will write again hopping these will find you -- I remain your Affect. -----
In pencil “CANADIAN 134TH INFANTRY BN TRANSPORT SECT.”
Light smudges on back.
(Red text is an electronic watermark that is not physically part of the photo for sale)
The 134th (48th Highlanders) Battalion, CEF was a unit in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the Great War. Based in Toronto, Ontario, the unit began recruiting in late 1915 in that city. After sailing to England in August 1916, the battalion was absorbed into the 12th Reserve Battalion on March 7, 1918. The 134th (48th Highlanders) Battalion, CEF had one Officer Commanding: Lieut-Col. A. A. Miller.