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Canada's Great War Album
Canadian soldiers returning from the front, led by Alphonse Racicot (1888-1957). W.I. Castle/LAC.
"The Forgotten War," May 15 – May 25, 1915: The Canadians' bravery at this ultimately futile battle is today largely forgotten.
Watch now — a collection of videos commemorating the brave people who fought or served on the battlefields.
Hidden Messages and Code Words
This article reveals the hidden messages in Bill Alldritt’s letters home that facilitated his escapes from POW camps.
Sexing Up Canada’s First World War
Sex work remains an understudied aspect of the First World War.
“He always had a smile and laugh for there was sunshine in his heart.” Crooks died at age twenty-six at the Somme.
Like many Ukrainians, Koneszynigi came to Canada with the promise of opportunities. Instead he found himself in an internment camp.