Jack Turner was a Prince Edward Island native and photography buff who enlisted in the army in 1915. In violation of the law, he concealed his camera under his clothing and documented his experience of World War I in photographs. His photos are archived on this website, grouped by topic and location, alongside articles, an interview and a timeline.
The MacNaught History Centre and Archives makes its archives available online through this web site for purposes of genealogical research. Anyone can search its collection of digitized documents and photographs, but only members can view them.