Jack Turner (photographer)
Brenton Harold Turner, aka Jack Turner, (September 24, 1889 – October 6, 1989) was a war photographer from Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Turner was a soldier with the Second Canadian Siege Battery during the First World War. While in Europe he smuggled a German-built 2" x 3" format camera with him and took approximately 99 photographs from the war zone.
After the war, Turner returned to PEI, married and took up farming in Knutsford, Prince Edward Island.
- A biography on a Government of Canada website.
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