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Category Archives: First World War
Narratives of Remembrance in an Era of Reconciliation R. Scott Sheffield, PhD. Dr. R. Scott Sheffield is an Associate Professor of History at the University of the Fraser Valley who has spent the bulk of his career researching Indigenous military … Continue reading
The Lives, Adventures, and Sacrifices of Early Canadian Flyers – Angus Scully In Our Youth explores the lives of 32 young Canadian flyers, viewed through the medium of archival photography. All these young men were pilots in the First World … Continue reading
Here we present some books by Dr. William F. Stewart on the First World War which members might want in their reading library: Hardest Battle: The Canadian Corps and the Arras Campaign, 1918 – Dr. William F. Stewart Canadians on … Continue reading