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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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No one knew how to treat soldiers suffering from shell shock in WWI. So doctors tried everything including shaming, blaming, and electric shocks.
Jim Keeler and his buddies lived dangerously, making their own stoves out of ammo boxes with radio aerials used as lines to run the gas like a drip system.
During the Second Battle of Ypres, rumours circulated that a Canadian soldier had been crucified on a Belgian barn door, a story the Germans denounced as propaganda.
How a clandestine industrial plant in British Columbia aided the Manhattan Project.
Canadian historian Tim Cook talks about Sir Arthur Currie and the Great War.
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