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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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Commemorations
Painting of the site of the Battle of the Windmill at Prescott, Ontario
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Canadian Military History: An Overview
Site of the Battle of the Windmill at Prescott, Ontario
Watercolour of amn Aboriginal village of the Moravian of the Thames band
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War of 1812
Watercolour of an Aboriginal village of the Moravian of the Thames band
Lithograph of Colonel Wetherall advancing on Saint Charles, Lower Canada, November 25, 1837
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Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
Colonel Wetherall advancing on Saint Charles, Lower Canada, November 25, 1837
 
Portraits of Crowfoot, his Cree wife Old Woman, Chief Rabbit Carrier, and Chief Bobtail
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Northwest Campaign
Crowfoot, his Cree wife Old Woman, Chief Rabbit Carrier, and Chief Bobtail
Portrait of Trooper L.W.R. Mulloy who served in the South African Campaign with the Royal Canadian Dragoons; he was blinded during the campaign
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South African War
Trooper L.W.R. Mulloy who served in the South African Campaign with the Royal Canadian Dragoons; he was blinded in the campaign
Photograph of the cemetery at Étaples where many brave Canadian soldiers rest
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First World War
The cemetery at Étaples where many brave Canadian soldiers rest
 
Photograph of Major William Ewing saluting at the funeral of 55 members of the A Company, Royal Highland Regiment
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Second World War
Major William Ewing at the funeral of 55 members of the 'A' Company, Royal Highland Regiment
   

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