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In this painting, Mary Riter Hamilton depicts some of the early signs of rebirth. This religious pilgrimage speaks to the tenacity of the European communities hit hardest during the post-war period. See this exhibition at the War Museum today!
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Jeff Noakes Jan 19
Tim Cook on stage with Norman Hillmer, delivering closing remarks at the conference. Thanks to Tim, Jack Granatstein, all the presenters and session chairs, and to the team who made this possible!
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Canadian War Museum Jan 19
Join us on February 16 for a fun-filled night of swing dancing! Discover for yourself why swing was all the rage during the Second World War.
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Canadian War Museum Jan 18
Captain Frederick Roberts served with the 3rd Battalion, Canadian Engineers. Throughout the 100 Days campaign, he commanded a company of sappers who were involved in road repair, bridge building, deactivating hidden explosives and active combat.
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RCAF Jan 18
, in 1938 – The accepts the first of 1,384 Tiger Moth training aircraft. , the RCAF uses a number of training aircraft including the CT-155 Hawk and CT-156 Harvard II. Which of our trainers is your favourite?
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Jennifer Evans Jan 18
Jack Granatstein and Tim Cook open the conference at
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Patrick Dennis Jan 17
The 100 Days exhibit . Well done & and to all your team at the CWM. The greatest victory came at a very great cost. We will remember them.
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Teaching&LearningWar Jan 17
Very honoured to be one of the keynote speakers ⁦⁩ this weekend for their conference on legacies and aftermaths of . Fantastic to visit for the first time and to see pals like ⁦
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Canadian War Museum Jan 17
Join us February 21 for On Her Shoulders - the first of a series of compelling movie nights, presented in partnership with at the .
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ARTSFILE Jan 17
. presents a talk by Canadian historian Margaret McMillan on how hard it is to make peace The talk is sold out but you can get an idea of what's she saying here
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The CMA / L'AMC Jan 17
With just a few dashes of colour, flat archival photos are transformed into vivid scenes of The Great War in Colour, a traveling exhibition of colourized First World War images presented by the Vimy Foundation, opened at the
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RCAF Jan 17
in 1946 – The Maple Leaf roundel becomes the official insignia.
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Canadian War Museum Jan 16
Our historian Jeff Noakes participated in Day! Feel free to tag and we'll RT our favorite selfies. :)
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Canadian War Museum Jan 16
Replying to @checklns
Hope you're enjoying yourself!
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Canadian War Museum Jan 16
We're glad you appreciate the initiative!
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Canadian War Museum Jan 16
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That's great! :)
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Stuart Doyle Jan 16
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Canadian War Museum Jan 16
Today is Day! Share your love of museums by snapping a pic of yourself and tagging it - We’ll retweet our favorite photos!
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Canadian War Museum Jan 16
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Hi - If you send your images to vimy.biblio@warmuseum.ca with as much detail as possible, we might be able to put you on the right path!
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Canadian War Museum Jan 15
Canadian women have made significant contributions to military history – Use this new Research guide developed by the Military History Research Centre at the Canadian War Museum to help you learn more about a family member who may have served!
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