Caption accompanying a reproduction of this poster in G. Tulchinsky, Taking root : the origins of the Canadian Jewish community (facing p. 230): This poster was distributed throughout Montreal in 1917 urging Jewish men to join a locally recruited Jewish Reinforcement Company for the Canadian Army. Note the deference to British Jewish "worthies": Herbert Samuel, Viscount Reading, and Edwin Montagu.
Poster caption continues: "Britain expects every son of Israel to do his duty : enlist with the infantry reinforcements for overseas under the command of Capt. Freedman : headquarters, 786 St. Lawrence Boulevard, Montreal."
Poster illustration includes a man saying (in text balloon): "You have cut my bonds and set me free - now let me help you set others free!"
Montreal Litho. Co
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