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The Politics of Surrender: Canadian Soldiers and the Killing of Prisoners in the Great War
This article explores the act of surrender on the Western Front during the Great War, focusing on the behavior of Canadian soldiers toward surrendering Germans. Informal rules and symbolic gesturesExpand
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The 1936 Vimy Pilgrimage
This ar t ic le explores the significance of the 1936 Vimy Pilgrimage. More than 6,200 Canadian veterans and their families voyaged to France for the unveiling of Walter Al lward’s Vimy Memorial onExpand
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North Yorkshire Police partially implement the Government’s best use of stop and search scheme
North Yorkshire Police has partially launched the Government’s Best Use of Stop and Search Scheme. The voluntary scheme, which was announced by the ...
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Archives and Privacy in a Wired World: The Impact of the Personal Information Act (Bill C-6) on Archives
In this electronic age of Internet and e-mail, transnational databases, and electronic-commerce, there is a growing fear that personal information is sold to the highest bidder and privacy isExpand
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The Singing War: Canadian Soldiers' Songs of the Great War
Singing was an important leisure activity for Canadian soldiers serving overseas in the Great War. Soldiers sang popular songs of the day and religious hymns, while also parodying them to better suitExpand
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Anti-heroes of the Canadian Expeditionary Force
The civilian-soldiers that formed the ranks of the Canadian Corps created a unique soldiers’ culture composed of songs, poetry, doggerel, cartoons, and newspapers during the course of the war to copeExpand
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Warlords: Borden;mackenzie King And Canada's World Wars
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When two tribes go to war
  • T. Cook
  • Political Science
  • 17 August 2012
Two local business teams have thrown their respective caps into the ring in a charitable attempt to prove that they have the best business brains in the ...
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The nurse and informed consent.
  • T. Cook
  • Medicine
  • Senior nurse
  • 1 March 1992
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