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Mary Riter Hamilton - Traces of War - Remnants

Type: DocumentImage

Excerpt from an interview with Mary Riter Hamilton is accompanied here by paintings. Focuses on what remains standing after the horrors of war. The spirit of hope shows through in a painting entitled "Looking Outwards."

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Mary Riter Hamilton - Traces of War - Vestiges

Type: DocumentImage

Extract from a letter by Mary Riter Hamilton is accompanied here by paintings. Focuses on the landscapes of ravaged towns in France and Belgium after the First World War.

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First World War - Commemorations - Honour Rolls, Service Rolls and Registers of the Dead

Type: DocumentImage

A bibliography of First World War rolls of honour and rolls of service that were compiled by schools, churches, cities, and organizations. Researchers may find records of war service, short biographical sketches, photographs, or simply a list of names in these publications.

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Through a Lens: Dieppe in Photography and Film - Educational Resources - Intermediate Level

Type: DocumentFilm and VideoImage

Provides questions for intermediate level students to facilitate discussions pertaining to filmclips and photographs from the raid on Dieppe.

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Mary Riter Hamilton - Traces of War - Disfigurement

Type: DocumentImage

Excerpt from an interview with Mary Riter Hamilton is accompanied here by paintings. Focuses on the scars war has left on the European countryside.

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First World War - Personal Stories - Family History

Type: Document

General advice for Canadians who wish to research the records of family members who served their country during the First World War.

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Through a Lens: Dieppe in Photography and Film - Canadian Army Newsreels

Type: DocumentFilm and Video

Filmclips documenting the return and award ceremonies for Canadian soldiers who fought in the raid on Dieppe.

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Mary Riter Hamilton - Traces of War - In her own words

Type: Document

Letters and interviews with war artist Mary Riter Hamilton on why she decided to go to Europe to capture the aftermath of war.

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Through a Lens: Dieppe in Photography and Film - Timeline - The Raid on Dieppe

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A detailed timeline of that tragic day of August 19, 1942, when many military men lost their lives. Provides a photograph of the results of Operation Jubilee.

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Canada and the First World War - We Were There - Laura Gamble

Type: DocumentFilm and Video

Laura Gamble enlisted in the Canadian Army Medical Corps and served overseas in England, France, and Greece. She was one of two thousand nurses who served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force and kept a personal diary of her experiences on the Western Front.

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