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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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Aboriginal Peoples

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Troops and Traditions
Lithograph of nine different branches of the Canadian forces
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Canadian Military History: An Overview
Nine different branches of the Canadian forces
Etching of Sir George Prevost, Governor of Canada
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War of 1812
Sir George Prevost, Governor of Canada
Lithograph of the church at St. Eustache, Quebec, defended by the insurgents while the artillery fires cannons at the building
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Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
The church at St. Eustache, Quebec, defended by the insurgents while the artillery fires cannons at the bulding
 
Photograph of soldiers, including the General's Body Guard and the York and Simcoe Rangers, posing with Aboriginal people in a field
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Northwest Campaign
Soldiers, including the General's Body Guard and the York and Simcoe Rangers, with Aboriginal people
Portrait of Private S.J. Perry
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South African War
Private S.J. Perry
Photograph of the No. 3 Field Ambulance baseball team, July 1916
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First World War
The No. 3 Field Ambulance baseball team, July 1916
 
Photograph of chaplains aiding in the evacuation of a wounded soldier
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Second World War
Chaplains aiding in the evacuation of wounded soldiers
   

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