As he has told interviewers, "I was brought up [...] with my cradle being rocked to the [...] songs" of the First World War (quoted in Kareda, 69).
But it was much more than the music that would haunt his life.
Findley was born in 1930; therefore, one might think that for him the First World War was long over and forgotten, but in his family it was not over.
His father lived in the shadow of the Great War and in the shadow of an older brother, Findley’s uncle, who fought and was seriously injured in the war.
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All the family photographs are in the public domain, but it is a great pleasure to thank Bill Whitehead for his permission to use family photographs for Figures 1, 4, 5, 8, and 10.
For Figure 7, my thanks to the Bull/Guthrie family.