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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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Personal Stories
Photograph of four nurses making bandages to protect the vaccination on the men's arms
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Canadian Military History: An Overview
Nurses making bandages to protect the vaccination on the men's arms
Portrait of Lieutenant Daniel Claus
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War of 1812
Lieutenant Daniel Claus
Self-portrait of Jean-Joseph Girouard in prison, Montréal
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Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
Jean-Joseph Girouard in prison, Montréal
 
Portrait of Poundmaker (circa 1842-1886), a Cree chief, adopted by Crowfoot, chief of the Blackfoot Nation
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Northwest Campaign
Poundmaker (circa 1842-1886), also known as The Drummer, a Cree chief, adopted by Crowfoot, chief of the Blackfoot Nation
Illustration entitled A SOLDIER SAYING GODBYE TO HIS SWEETHEART
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South African War
A soldier saying goodbye to his sweetheart
Photograph of Canadian mail arriving behind the firing line
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First World War
Canadian mail arriving behind the firing line
 
Photograph of Lance Corporal W.J. Curtis of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, bandaging the burned leg of a French boy, while his young brother looks on
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Second World War
Lance Corporal W.J. Curtis of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps, bandaging the burned leg of a French boy, while his young brother looks on
   

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