Canada’s First World War stories go beyond what happened in France and in the trenches.
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Veterans hoping to find prosperity and opportunity in peacetime were to be sorely disappointed, returning to a Canada whose social and economic landscapes had been
On May 15th, 1919, the Winnipeg General Strike began. Though numbers vary, an estimated 30,000 strikers from all walks of life shut down the city
Earlier this week, we shared an episode from the Imperial War Museum’s Voices of the First World War series that looked at the various ways
The hundred days campaign had forced the German army into full retreat. German morale hit a new low as death, starvation, and sickness eroded motivation
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