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Canadian Illustrated News - Departure of the German Troops Reserve

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Drawing representing the departure of the German troops from Nancy, France.

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Mary Riter Hamilton - Traces of War - Remnants

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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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Canada and the First World War - War Diaries - Frequently Asked Questions

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On August 6, 1914, a grateful Empire sent word requesting that Canada's offer of soldiers be "dispatched as soon as possible." Presents an overview of the formation of new Canadian military units to help Britain fight the First World War.

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From Colony to Country - War of 1812 - Art, Music and Literature - Pictorial Works

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Annotated listing of works pertaining to or containing a pictorial history of the War of 1812. Part of the National Library website "From Colony to Country: A Reader's Guide to Canadian Military History."

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War Poetry: Death of Captain Vicars - Harriett Annie Wilkins - Canadian Poetry Archive

Type: Document

Poem "Death of Captain Vicars" by Victorian-era poet Harriett Annie Wilkins.

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Mary Riter Hamilton - Traces of War - Vestiges

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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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Through a Lens: Dieppe in Photography and Film - Timeline - Across the Channel

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The troops board the landing ships that are to transport them across the English Channel to Dieppe. To ensure their safe passage, warships and planes escort them. Provides a timeline of key events.

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Canadian Illustrated News - France. The German Evacuation. Reception of the French Troops at Toul

Type: Image

Drawing representing the evacuation of German civilians and the arrival of the French troops at Toul.

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Hector Pellerin - Singer, Pianist, Actor (1887 - 1953) - WW1 Era Musicians

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Hector Pellerin had a large following in French-speaking parts of Canada and the United States. He recorded primarily between 1916 and 1928 and was well known for his frequent appearances in French operettas, plays, and cabarets.

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Henri (Enrique) Miro - Composer, Conducter, Critic - WW1 Era Musicians

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Spanish-born musician Henri Miro was an active participant in the musical scene in Montreal from the turn of the twentieth century. Miro enjoyed moderate local and national success as a composer and director of concert music and musical theatre, and was featured on radio broadcasts and popular recordings.

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