Tag Archives: World War I

Paintings from WWI: Clues to V. R. QUESNELL’s Last Days

The July 1st centenary of the First Battle of the Somme in WWI prompted me to re-visit the research I’ve done on my husband’s uncle, Victor Robert QUESNELL, who died in France shortly before the end of the war. My first post in early … Continue reading

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An Unknown Soldier: Victor Robert QUESNELL (1898 – 1918)

The United States observes November 11 as Veterans Day. When I was young, many people of my grandparents’ generation still referred to it as Armistice Day, its original name. For them it would always mark a momentous event in their lives: the cessation … Continue reading

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