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Wars, Battles & Rebellions
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|World War I Tank Early World War I version of the tank, a new
armoured attack weapon.
|Canadians at the Somme Canadians at the Somme in 1916, with
troops leaving front-line trenches while relief units moved in to take over.
|Submarine Building Building submarines at Montreal for World
War I service.
|Laurier and Recruitment Wilfrid Laurier encouraging a Quebec
crowd to enlist, 1916.
|Officers in France Canadian Officers in France in 1916,
including a future Canadian Prime Minister, with young John Diefenbaker from Saskatchewan
seated in front.
|Camp Borden-1 Camp Borden, Simcoe County, Ontario, 1916.
As a huge airfield, it grew during World War I as a pilot training camp, and where many future
Northern Ontario bush pilots began their training.
|Saskatchewan Native Troops Saskatchewan Indians, members of
the File Hills Colony, departing from Regina with the 68th Battalion for service during the First
|Native Soldier A Native Ontario soldier of World War I, Antoine
Minneseswasque, an Ojibwa Indian from Biscotasing, Ontario, west of Sudbury.
|Canadian Artillery The heavy artillery that blasted No Man's
Land during the First World War.
|No. 15 Squadron Pilots and observers of the No. 15 squadron ,
reporting after a World War I patrol.
|Fighter Planes Fighter planes of the Canadian No. 1 squadron in
France during World War I.
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