Canada’s First World War stories go beyond what happened in France and in the trenches.
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For over a century, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry has been one of the most celebrated regiments in Canadian history, in part for its earned
At the outbreak of the Great War, Canadians from Nova Scotia to British Columbia flooded to the recruiting offices as a patriotic fervour swept across
This Sunday, January 28th, will mark the centenary of the death of the well-known Canadian poet- John McCrae. Author of the poem In Flanders Fields,
The First World War is often remembered for its static nature and trench warfare. In its opening stages, however, the opposing armies looked towards mobility.
Soldiers were expected to carry a lot of equipment with them while on the Front line. From a gas mask to an extra pair of
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