I am new to this, so please excuse my lack of knowledge of some discussion going on.
Asking for some of your expertise. My uncle served in WW2 on warships and I have successfully discovered information on the silver General Service pin and another that I have.
There is another pin though, and it is an Application for Enlistment lapel pin that I am not sure about. What I found on the internet is that this pin was worn by individuals who enlisted and for medical reason, could not be excepted for battle. Since my Uncle served in battle, I wondered if it could have been my Mother's pin. She worked at Sutton-Horsley Ltd. Toronto and the company made airplane and ship parts, as well as Physicist Walter kohn was doing work in mechanism development etc for the company during WW2 1941 - 1943 (I found that interesting).
Can anyone tell me any history about Sutton-Horsley Ltd during WW2?
Anything about the Application for Enlistment pin?
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