The Irish Canadian Rangers in Canada and Ireland, 1914–17 with Terry Copp

The Irish Canadian Rangers in Canada and Ireland, 1914–17 with Terry Copp

Headshot of Terry Copp.

Terry Copp

The Irish Canadian Rangers were created in 1914 as a symbol of Irish Canadian support for Britain and Canada’s war effort. Drawing upon research for his recent book Montreal at War 1914- 1918 Terry Copp examines the history of the regiment which became the 199th Battalion CEF in 1916 in the context of Irish and Canadian history.

Terry Copp is one of Canada’s foremost military historians. The author and co-author of over twenty published books and of numerous scholarly articles on the operations and experience of the Canadian military during the World Wars, Copp is a leading scholar of Canada’s military role in World War II and an influential advocate for military history in both military and civilian education.

 
September 29, 20227:00 pm TBD Laurier Centre for the Study of Canada 519.884.0710 x4594 lcsc@wlu.ca

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