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Did You Know:
DRUNK & DISORDERLY is loosley based upon historical events that occurred in the Niagara Falls Armoury.
Built in 1911 the Armoury originally served the Lincoln Militia as a training and recruitment centre during the First World War for the 44th Lincoln and Welland Regiment and the 2nd Dragoons Regiment.
From 15 Dec. 1915 - 31 Aug. 1918 The armoury housed Ukrainian immigrants confined by a Canadian government afraid they were with the enemy.
Prisoners held in Niagara Falls Armoury · February 1915 LCol Ptolmy took command of an Internment Staff · established as part of the Welland Canal Field Force (WCF) · responsibility for internment operations on the Niagara Frontier · temporary holding facility for prisoners taken at the border crossings · a detention barracks for the Welland Canal Force and the CEF battalions being raised in Niagara and those training at Niagara Camp · The prisoners were held in Niagara Falls Armoury
The Original Escape: George Heinovitch
Sgt. Charles Chambers, the Provost Sergeant, was guarding prisoners in the Armoury. George Heinovitch, an Austrian, arrested in Windsor, ON was being held until he was tried by a court for being an enemy alien. On Chalmer’s watch Heinovitch escaped out of the back door of the armoury which was open and the lock missing. Soldiers staying there were airing their blankets and it was assumed they would lock the door when they finished but the rear door of the armoury had been left open. As a result of negligence, Sgt. Chambers was reduced in rank to Corporal.
NIAGARA MILITARY MUSEUM Preserving and sharing the Tri-Service Military History of the Niagara Peninsula