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The Great War As I Saw It
A fifty-three-year-old Anglican priest and poet when the First World War broke out, Frederick George Scott was an improbable volunteer, but also an invaluable war memoirist about life at the front.Expand
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The Lord’s Distant Vineyard: A History of the Oblates and the Catholic Community in British Columbia (review)
The Lord's Distant Vineyard: A History of the Oblates and the Catholic Community in British Columbia. By Vincent J. McNally. (Edmonton: The University of Alberta Press and Western CanadianExpand
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The Evangelical Century: College and Creed in English Canada from the Great Revival to the Great Depression by Michael Gauvreau (review)
would be wrong and ungrateful, when so much has been richly supplied to complain of an imbalance in this book between the social history of the old sodety and the social history of the new. Still, IExpand
Remembering Canada: the place of Canada in the memorializing of the Great Irish Famine
Over 250,000 Irish migrants ventured to British North America during the years of the Great Irish Famine. Recently, Canadians have commemorated their role in assisting Famine refugees in severalExpand
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Artist eats a corgi
Mark McGowan ate a Corgi dog, in a live radio broadcast in May 2007, in a protest against the Royals and their treatment of animals. The dog died at a Corgi breeding farm in southern England, and wasExpand
Artist to set fire to himself
Video documenting Mark McGowan's intention to set fire to himself on November 5th 2007 outside the Houses of Parliament in protest at the war in Iraq
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