Exhibition – Courage in Chaos: the Dieppe Story

This exhibition consists of six large panels that measure 6 feet high and 8 feet long.  The panels are flat, lightweight and easy to set up. We can bring them to your school or ship them by UPS.

The exhibition, the second in our series on WWII, delves into one of the most tragic events for Canadians in the Second World War. The exhibition also takes a look at how the Raid affected those at home in Canada and what happened after the war. Accompanying the exhibition is a short animated video that tells the story of Dieppe through the eyes of one if its heroes. You can also see a virtual version of this exhibition by clicking the button below.

Other Activities That Might Interest You:

Understanding the Battle of Hong Kong

Students will review basic WWII concepts in the first part of the activity and then will have three options for exploring the context of the Battle of Hong Kong. Designed to accompany the exhibition.

Consensus Building Jirga

Students will analyze texts with competing ideas and will be asked to present their thoughts.

Nurses During WWI

Students will explore Canadian women’s participation in the First World War and the creation of the Canadian Army Medical Corps.