Private Charles Storey, a soldier of
the Canadian Army overseas,* came home to Toronto, an invalid of war.
His children, Bob and Sandra, went to meet him at Toronto's Union
Station. A photographer caught the meeting.
*Last week, Canadian Lieut. General H. D. G. Crerar announced
in London: "Today there are more than a quarter-million Canadians trained
and ready [in Britain] for the last battle."
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