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Canadian War Museum historian John Maker answers questions about the invasion that liberated Europe during the Second World War.
On a farm in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, are the graves of two animals who held a special place in the heart of a Canadian officer who served in the First World War. Fritz the war horse and Bruno the sheep dog were adopted and taken to Canada after the war by Lieutenant Colonel C.E. Bent of the 15th Battalion.
William and Kate followed a long history of royals exploring Canada. Read about past visits from Royalty.
The Château Ramezay museum and historic site in Montreal commemorates the War of 1812 with items from its collection. Produced as three "time capsules" for the web, each video provides a different perspective: Canadian, British, and First Nations.
Robert Granke is Executive Director of Canadian Lutheran World Relief, an organization that formed in 1946 to aid refugees of the Second World War.
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