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120 Results
A nation is born : World War I and independence, 1910-1929 —Nelson, Sheila.

Explains how Canada's identity and independence strengthened as a result of its successful battlefield victories during World War I.

The 1940s —Craats, Rennay.

"Each book focuses on one decade, from world events and political issues impacting Canada at the time to disasters and economic trends" Cf. Our choice, 2001.

Canada on the world stage 1914-1945 —Kentner, Julie, author.

"Highlights important people and events that helped to shape Canada between 1914 and 1945."-- Provided by publisher.

The button necklace —Harrison, Troon.

In September 1914 ten-year-old Millie's father goes to England to join the war effort and she is sent to a new school where she'll be expected to learn languages, dancing, and lady-like deportment. She also gets involved...

Brothers far from home : the World War I diary of Eliza Bates —Little, Jean, 1932-2020

In 1916, in Uxbridge, Ontario, twelve-year-old Eliza, a Presbyterian minister's daughter, chronicles her family's experiences after her two brothers leave for Europe to fight in the war.

Trek the TREK project 2011

A documentary film about the long journey by rail of thousands of unemployed men protesting dismal conditions in federal relief camps scattered across Western Canada in 1935 leading to the Regina riots on July 1st of tha...

The stories were not told : Canada's First World War internment camps —Semchuk, Sandra, author.

"From 1914 to 1920, thousands of men who had immigrated to Canada from the Austro-Hungarian Empire were imprisoned as "enemy aliens," many with their families. Most were Ukrainians; almost all were civilians. The Stories...

Winnie's great war —Mattick, Lindsay, author.

"An imagining of the real journey undertaken by the extraordinary bear, from her early days in the Canadian forest to her travels with the Veterinary Corps across the country and overseas, all the way to the London Zoo, ...

Time of turmoil —Baldwin, Douglas, 1944-

A look at the lives and careers of the three Canadian prime ministers, Arthur Meighen, William Lyon Mackenzie King, and Richard Bennett.

Turn of the 20th century —Cline, Beverly Fink, 1951-

A look at the lives and careers of the two Canadian prime ministers, Wilfrid Laurier and Robert Borden.

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