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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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Margaret Perkins met Bill Bristow at a concert in May 1940 when her town opened their homes to privately billet the 1st Division Canadian Army Advance Party.
For a time it had seemed that the only Canadian woman to be officially appointed as a war artist during World War II might not make it overseas at all.
How a Canadian woman raised the morale of fellow civilian prisoners in a Japanese Second World War internment camp.
Dr. Shelley Sweeney, head archivist of the University of Manitoba Library & Special Collections talks about the new exhibition featuring the adventures of polar explorer, Dr. Andrew Taylor. The exhibition will be available until August 30th, 2015.
It is known as the “Forgotten War,” but Canada’s role in Korea should be anything but forgotten.
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