World War I has begun. Lecturer Holford Ardagh and other Toronto lawyers form the Osgoode Hall Rifle Association to train lawyers, clerks, and law students without previous military experience. Most of the Rifle Association’s training takes place at the Toronto Armouries just behind Osgoode Hall or at other military facilities. Here, men practice with bayonets at the Toronto Armouries.
Reynolds, Francis J., Allen J. Churchill, and Francis Trevelyan Miller, eds. The Story of the Great War (Vol. 5). P.F. Collier & Son Company, New York, 1916.
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