A Miraculous Survivor of the First World War
Ethelbert “Curley” Christian was a soldier in the First World War who helped lay the foundations for a program to assist disabled veterans.
Charles Lightfoot Roman – A True Trailblazer
Father, distinguished surgeon, soldier, author, researcher, and lecturer: these are the many hats worn by Charles Lightfoot Roman, a man whose life was a remarkable journey.
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Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit (Sgt. Karen Hermiston)
In October 1941, the Canadian Army Film Unit (CAFU) was formed by Captain W. G. Abel and John Grierson, considered the father of documentary film in Canada.
The Canadian Rangers
Did you know that there’s a unit of the Canadian Army that is made up of over 60% Indigenous people?
John Shiwak, an Inuk from an isolated village in Labrador, was one of best snipers in the history of the Canadian military.
The virtual exhibition.
After being discharged, Michelle Douglas became a Canadian activist and LGBTQ advocate fought for equal rights in the military.
Victory Day in Europe was long awaited. Canadians at home and abroad celebrated the end of the Second World War.
Women of the Bombes (Wright and Trull)
The Canadian women of the Enigma breakthrough at Bletchley, England.
Sgt. Tommy Prince
Tommy Prince is Canada's most decorated Indigenous Veteran!
Molly Lamb Bobak
Molly Lamb Bobak was the first woman war artist in Canada.