The exhibition, consisting of 10 panels and testimonies available online, attempts to put into perspective the conflict that took place in Afghanistan between 2001 and 2014 through the experience of Canadian soldiers.
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You can download a student guide to help students reflect on the exhibition.
How to Assemble the Exhibition Panels?
See the video below to learn how to assemble the exhibition’s metal frames and printed fabric panels.
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