||The Honour Roll of 104 Andrean
Old Boys and 2 Masters who died in the service of their country, with links
to their individual biography pages.
Memorial and burial locations of Andreans
who died in the First World War.
A listing of the cemeteries and plots of Old Boys who died
in World War I. For those who have no known grave, the memorial on which
they are commemorated is listed. Where there are links to cemeteries or
memorials, they are to specific maps and historical information on the
Veterans Affairs website or the
Commonwealth War Graves
||A list of Andreans who received
military honours for their service, including Captain James Auld, one of
only 16 Canadians in the Canadian Expeditionary Force to receive two bars to
the Military Cross. The award citations are included on the biographies
pages for most of these recipients.
||A list of the 653 Andreans who
served in the First World War with links to hundreds of individual biography pages.
|Andreans served in virtually every element of the First World
War on land, on the sea and in the air and in the Canadian, British and
Americans forces. These pages are an attempt to list Andrean service in the
various elements and branches.
||A list of the 21 St. Andrew's
College masters and staff who served in the military in the First World War,
with links to several individual biography pages. It includes two who were
killed in action and died of wounds, and one who eventually became an Air
Commodore in the Second World War.
||A partial list of
Andrean Old Boys and Master who served with our affiliated unit, the 48th
Highlanders of Canada during the First and Second World Wars.
||"The First World War
and St. Andrew's College"
First printed in the St. Andrew's College Review, June 1919 Memorial
Issue, this article was written by Senior Master Percy J. Robinson, one
of the first masters at S.A.C. who stayed for 48 years. It is a poignant
reminder of the impact the war had on the much smaller school of the day.
||A timeline of events related to
St. Andrew's College and the First World War. Of special note is August 15,
1917 when four Andreans were killed in action or missing and presumed dead
after the opening attack on Hill 70.
||Descriptions of some First World
War battles in which Andreans participated.
|St. Andrew’s immeasurable
contribution to the Great War.
This year marks the centennial of the start of the Great War, where, between
1914-1918, over 600 Andreans fought and 104 Old Boys and two masters lost
Article by David Stewart, Head, Department of
History and Social Science, as appears in the Fall 2014 Andrean.
||Facts about Andreans in the
First World War.