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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
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Multicultural Communities
War recruitment poster reading WE GO NEXT! BE ONE OF THE IRISH CANADIAN RANGERS OVERSEAS BATTALION…
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First World War
War recruitment poster
Photograph of Trooper Kivah Haimson, Lord Strathcona's Horse regiment, wounded twice during the First World War
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First World War
Trooper Kivah Haimson, Lord Strathcona's Horse regiment, wounded twice during the First World War; photograph taken at Rumsey Farm Settlement, Alberta
Photograph of two non-commissioned officers
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First World War
Two non-commissioned officers
 
Photograph of Canadian Italian reservists enjoying dinner given by the ladies of the Italian Red Cross Society.
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First World War
Canadian Italian reservists enjoying dinner given by the ladies of the Italian Red Cross Society.
Photograph of Chinese workmen Louie Ha (left) and Wong Lim ask Sophie Nicolak to write, in Chinese, the inscription on Bren guns made for shipment to China at the John Inglis Co. plant
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Second World War
Photograph of Chinese workmen Louie Ha (left) and Wong Lim ask Sophie Nicolak to write, in Chinese, the inscription on Bren guns made for shipment to China at the John Inglis Co. plant
Photograph of S.S. Shulemson and a group of Jewish servicemen, Moncton, New Brunswick, 1942
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Second World War
S.S. Shulemson and group of Jewish servicemen, Moncton, New Brunswick, 1942
 

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