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Pop-up camp

As soon as war was declared in 1914, thousands of volunteers descended on a tent city for some very basic training Britain declared war on the Kaiser’s Germany

A monumental day

The unveiling of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France on July 26, 1936, was witnessed by 3,000 veterans of the battle On July 26,

Victory March

London hosted a formal — and boisterous—celebration on  the first anniversary of the end of the Second World War A year after the Second World

Patricias patrol a valley bottom in Korea in March 1951

Into the Fire

As the Korean winter gave way to an early spring and UN forces pushed slowly but steadily north, the PPCLI were sorely tested.

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