Ne-kah-ne-tah: The Liberation of Welberg, Memory, Meaning and Experience

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CLICK HERE to register Over five days in November 1944, the Algonquin Regiment played a pivotal role in the capture of the tiny Dutch town of Welberg. In 2018, twenty Canadian university students returned to the site as part of an experiential learning course focused on the Regiment’s warpath from Point 140 to the Kusten […]

Per Ardua Ad Astra: The Royal Canadian Air Force in the Second World War with Mike Bechthold

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Mike Bechthold CLICK HERE to register In a few short years, the Royal Canadian Air Force expanded from a small domestic force of 8 squadrons and 4,000 personnel to a globe-spanning air force with 80 operational squadrons and 250,000 personnel (including 17,000 women). The RCAF defended London, led the Normandy invasion, protected convoys in the North Atlantic, […]

Women and the Second World War with Stacey Barker

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CLICK HERE to register More information coming soon.  Stacey Barker is Historian, Arts and Military History at the Canadian War Museum. She received her doctorate in history from the University of Ottawa in 2008 and has contributed to many exhibitions at both the CWM and the Canadian Museum of History. Her most recent publication is […]