|The elegant Ford Town Car was offered to Canadians in 1915 and 1916.
|Easter bonnets and hats for the 1916 spring season.
|The Brody steel helmet weighs a kilo but it protects our soldiers from bullets and shrapnel.
|The Allies set of 18,000 kilos of explosives to capture Beaumont Hamel in France.
|Canada Post will honour the Number Two Construction Battalion with a stamp in 2016.
|More than 50,000 soldiers are buried in West Flanders, where Ypres is located.
|Wheat farm in Morden, Manitoba.
|The Mark 1 Tank is a British addition to war machines.
|In the belief that artificial lights waste energy, The Germans introduce daylight savings time as a war measure. Great Britain adopts war time and Newfoundland is quick to follow.
|UGG grain elevator in Whitemouth, Manitoba.
|The 1916 Mclaughlin-Buick Model D-61 cost $1,085 f.o.b Oshawa, Ontario. The valve-in-head six-cylinder engine generated between 30-35 horsepower.