Sites related to the general involvement of Canada in the First World War.
Overview and history of the battalion during war.
The history of the 28th (North-west) Battalion in the Great War (1914 - 1919) and the stories of some of the men who served with it.
Historical overview of the unit.
Virtual exhibition providing access to personal accounts of the war and background information on Canada's involvement abroad and on the home front.
Large fully searchable database of Canadians serving in the Great War. Includes biographical information, war diaries, newspaper extracts and letters.
Features include an interactive battlefield re-enactment, a comprehensive Resource Centre, a Remembrance Archive, and a forum
Government's First National Internment Operations which interned Ukrainian Canadians in concentration camps.
Brief information guide on a camp created by the War Measures Act.
An overview of Canada's role in this terrible conflict.
This database contains the digitized War Diaries of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) units. The War Diaries are a historical record of a unit’s administration, operations and activities during the First World War.
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