The British Empire and its effect on Plymouth


Canadians in Plympton


This picture shows a convoy of motor vehicles of the 1st Canadian Division in Plympton High Street in 1914. It shows how useful motor transport was in World War One - and the Canadians were more mechanised the most at this stage.


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