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If the PBS documentary The War of 1812 piques your curiousity, you may want to learn more from the experts involved with the project.
Interviews were conducted with twenty-six leading authorities on the war — American, British, Canadian and First Nations historians — presenting important accounts and research.
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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.
A new database recognizes veterans named on school memorials.
The battle at Hill 355 was a proud moment for Canada during the Korean War. Lasting ninety-six hours, under harsh, snowy conditions, a Canadian defeat seemed inevitable, but somehow we forced the enemy to retreat.
A selection of photographs from Library and Archives Canada that capture the moments before, during, and after the D-Day mission during the Second World War.
A Toronto church is commemorating military chaplains with a special exhibit.
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