Contents 1 World War I military career 2 World War II military career 3 Post war 4 ReferencesWorld War I military careerBorn in Stanley, New Brunswick, he joined the 71st York Regiment of the Canadian Militia in 1906 and was appointed a Lieutenant in 1907. During World War I, he fought in the 12th Infantry Battalion and with the Canadian Machine Gun Corps of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. He would command the 1st Battalion of the Canadian Machine Gun Corps. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Order in 1919.After the war, in 1920, he joined the Permanent Force and went to the Army Staff College in England from 1924 to 1925. He would hold various staff positions in Canada and eventually was promoted to the rank of Colonel. World War II military careerAt the start of World War II, in 1939, he was the Director of Military Training. From 1939 to 1940, he was Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster General for the 1st Canadian Infantry Division in England. After being promoted to Major-General in 1940, he commanded the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division. In 1941, he commanded the 5th Armoured Division. He was promoted to Lieutenant-General and was appointed the first Commander-in-Chief of II Canadian Corps effective on January 15, 1943. In 1944, he returned to Canada for medical reasons. In 1945, he was appointed Inspector General, Canadian Army Overseas. He was made a Companion of Order of the Bath in 1945. He retired in 1945. Post warAfter the war, he worked for various fund-raising organizations, including the Canadian March of Dimes and the Combined Appeal for the Handicapped.In the 1945 election, he ran unsuccessfully as the Progressive Conservative candidate for the Canadian House of Commons in the New Brunswick riding of York—Sunbury. He lost again in a 1947 by-election.He died in Fredericton, New Brunswick in 1982.
2nd Wave and Ernest William SansomFor other uses, see Second wave (disambiguation).2nd Wave is the second full-length studio release from popular late-eighties soul trio Surface. The album was self-produced and released in 1988 on Columbia Records.A total of five singles were released from the disc: "I Missed" completely missed the Billboard Hot 100 while climbing to number 3 on the US R&B charts. "Closer Than Friends" made the pop charts at number 57, while becoming the first of a quartet of R&B number ones for the group (with "Shower Me With Your Love" & "You Are My Everything" being the other two). Of those two above-mentioned songs, only "Shower Me..." was a big hit, reaching number 5 on the pop charts. The other song, "Can We Spend Some Time" was a pop chart flop, while reaching number 5 on the R&B charts. Based on the chart (both pop and R&B) success of the singles, the album peaked at number 56 but was cetified platinum (albeit six years later, in 1994)Contents 1 Reception 2 Track listing 3 Personnel 3.1 Surface 3.2 Additional Musicians 4 Production 5 ReferencesReception allmusic's Ron Wynn gave the disc a rating of four stars (of a possible five). He called it "a good follow-up for the New Jersey trio", and singled out the songs "Shower Me With Your Love" and "You Are My Everything" at critical picks on the album. Track listing "Shower Me With Your Love" (Bernard Jackson) 4:53 "Closer Than Friends" (Jackson, David Townsend) 4:44 "Can We Spend Some Time" (Jackson) 4:30 "You Are My Everything" (Townsend, David Conley, Everett Collins, Derrick Culler) 4:28 "I Missed" (Jackson, Conley, Collins) 4:56 "Black Shades" (Culler, Gene Lennon, Joshua Thompson) 4:57 "Hold On To Love" (Jackson, Townsend, Conley) 4:10 "Where's That Girl" (Jackson, Townsend, Conley) 4:31 Personnel Surface Bernard Jackson: Lead & Backing Vocal, Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Rapping David Townsend: Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Synthesizers, Electric Piano, Drum Programming, Vocal Backing David "Pic" Conley: Saxophone, Synthesized Bass, Drum Programming, Percussion, Flute, Orchestral Hits, Vocal Backing Additional Musicians Bobby Wooten: String Synthesizers & String Arrangements Bob Brockman: Cymbals Brian Simpson: Keyboards, Synthesized Bass, Drum Programming Vassal Benford: Synthesizers, Acoustic Piano Everett Collins: Synthesizers, Synthesized Bass, Drum Programming, Vocal Backing Gene Lennon: Vocal Effects, Drum & Computer Programming Regina Belle: Special Guest Vocalist On "You Are My Everything" & "Hold On To Love" Kathy "Cat-Nap" Griffin, Lauri Hawes, Cheryl Maynard, Lisa Stevens, Derrick Culler, Starleana Young: Vocals Backing Production Arranged By Surface, except "Black Shades" arranged By Lee Thorn & Derrick Culler Produced By Surface Engineered By David Conley, with assistance by Paul Higgins & Joe Intife Mix Engineered By Bob Brockman & Carl Beatty, with assistance by Frank Nogverias Mastered By Jose Rodriguez
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