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Revision as of 15:38, 8 April 2015

Date Name of Lecturer Title of Lecture
7 November 2012 J. Marc Milner "Beyond Remembrance: What Do We Make of the Great Wars of the 20th Century When All the Veterans are Gone?
13 November 2013 Lee Windsor "Peaceable Kingdom or Warrior Nation?: Canada's Identity Crisis
4 November 2014
Jack L. Grananstein
"Canada's Hundred Days, 1918: Why Don't Canadians Know About Their Greatest Victories?"


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