This song outlines the embodiment, deployment, and campaigns of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment during the Great War.
Pictures from the period were collected from the Rooms Archives online. Music is based on traditional marches The Hundred Pipers and The Banks of Newfoundland. Intro/End lament is The Bloody Fields of Flanders. Pictures are from the era (public domain archives), or the author's own collection. Cemetery pictures used with permission of the CWGC.
The photos are public domain or were taken by the author in The Newfoundland Memorial in Beaumont Hamel, France in 2012.
Special thanks to Billy Sutton and Greg Walsh who played accordion and fiddle on the soundtrack.