Jeff Brown - First World War Military Fashion Show

Jeff is a husband, father, and grandfather with a lifelong interest in military history.  His working background is in the medical field and he has combined his passions to assist others in the formation of the Canadian Army Medical Corps (recreated) - Casualty Clearing Station No. 3.  This group portrays the working elements of a WWI era field hospital.
Jeff’s interest in the Great War also helped create HISTORY MATTERS ASSOCIATION.  HMA is a not-for-profit organization providing quality First World War education day programs.  Partnering with museums located primarily in southwestern Ontario this program has had over 12,000 student participants and has been recognized by the Surgeon General of the Canadian Forces.  
This very colourful fashion show provides an opportunity to view uniforms and equipment used in the First World War by a variety of nations.