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Image No: PA-1599-702-1

Title: Private William Levinsky, wounded at the Battle of Dieppe, arriving home by train at Calgary, Alberta.

Date: October 16, 1942

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta / Rosettis, Joe, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Private Levinsky of the South Alberta Regiment had his leg amputated after being wounded at the Battle of Dieppe. This was the first time he would meet his son Gordon, who was at the station to meet him with his mother.

Subject(s): Amputees / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Canadian Army - Personnel / World War, 1939-1945 - Veterans

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Image No: PA-1599-702-2

Title: Private William Levinsky, wounded at the Battle of Dieppe, speaking to Mayor Andrew Davison after arriving home by train at Calgary, Alberta.

Date: October 16, 1942

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta / Rosettis, Joe, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Private Levinsky of the South Alberta Regiment had his leg amputated after being wounded at the Battle of Dieppe.

Subject(s): Amputees / Calgary, Alberta - Mayors / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / Canadian Army - Personnel / World War, 1939-1945 - Veterans

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Image No: PA-1599-702-3

Title: Private William Levinsky, wounded at the Battle of Dieppe, starting his new job at the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: December 2, 1942

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta / Rosettis, Joe, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Private Levinsky of the South Alberta Regiment had his leg amputated after being wounded at the Battle of Dieppe. After making several Victory Loan appearances, he was offered a job by A.E. Cross, owner of the brewing company.

Subject(s): Amputees / Brewery workers / Breweries / Brewing industry / Calgary, Alberta - Industry / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / World War, 1939-1945 - Veterans

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Image No: PA-1599-702-4

Title: Private William Levinsky, wounded at the Battle of Dieppe, starting his new job at the Calgary Brewing and Malting Company, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: December 2, 1942

Photographer/Illustrator: Calgary Herald, Calgary, Alberta / Rosettis, Joe, Calgary, Alberta

Remarks: Private Levinsky of the South Alberta Regiment had his leg amputated after being wounded at the Battle of Dieppe. After making several Victory Loan appearances, he was offered a job by A.E. Cross, owner of the brewing company.

Subject(s): Amputees / Brewery workers / Breweries / Brewing industry / Calgary, Alberta - Industry / Calgary, Alberta - Personalities / World War, 1939-1945 - Veterans

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