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Langham Japanese Canadian Museum
Once home to Japanese Canadians interned during World War Two, the Langham Japanese Canadian Museum in the Langham Building in Kaslo commemorates these years. The Web site includes selected historic p...
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Library and Archives Canada
Merged with the National Library of Canada and renamed the Library and Archives Canada in October 2002, the National Archives of Canada site features ArchiviaNet, an online research tool with several ...
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Pacific Coast Branch, Western Front Association
Established in 1999 and based in Victoria, BC, this branch of the Western Front Association is devoted to the study and memorializing of those who fought or served on the Western Front during the Firs...
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Russians and Ukrainians in the C.E.F. 1914-1919
This site contains information on various military units that served as part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force between 1914-1919 (First World War). A particular interest of the site's creator is in ...
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Soldiers of the South African War, (1899-1902)
"The South African War, 1899-1902, is a key event in the military history of Canada. It marked the first occasion for which Canada dispatched troops to an overseas war. A total of 7,368 Canadians and ...
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The Canadian Letters and Images Project
"The Canadian Letters and Images Project is an online archive of the Canadian war experience, from any war, as told through the letters and images of Canadians themselves."
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The Kootenay Involvement in the Boer War
Online exhibit about the South African (Boer) War at the end of the 19th century and involvement of Kootenay residents.
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The Royal Engineers In Her Britannic Majesty's Colonies of Vancouver's Island and British Columbia
Created and maintained by the Royal Engineers Living History Group, this site documents the presence and activities of the Columbia Detachment of Royal Engineers (known as Sappers), British Army, unde...
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The Royal Engineers in Her Britannic Majesty's Colonies of Vancouver Island and British Columbia
This Web site celebrates the contributions of members of the Columbia Detachment of Royal Engineers, part of the British Army, which surveyed roads and townsites, participated in the construction of r...
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