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Banner: From Colony to Country: A Reader's Guide to Canadian Military History

Canadian Military History: An Overview
War of 1812
Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
Northwest Campaign
South African War
First World War
Second World War

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Government and the Military

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South African War


Graham, E. Maud. - A Canadian girl in South Africa. - Toronto : William Briggs, 1905. - 192 P. - Title page : "With portraits and illustrations from photographs taken by the author and others". - Reproduced in microform format: CIHM microfiche series, no. 80853

  • "It was Mr. Chamberlain's idea to have volunteers from all parts of the Empire. The Canadians were the first colonials to go.…The Colonial Office in London had asked for forty teachers from Canada; over a thousand applied". (P. 12-13)

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