University of Waterloo
Wednesday, 13 March at 7 pm
“The German Occupation of Zeeland in the Netherlands during the Second World War”
Remarkably few historians in the English-speaking world have explored what occupation was like under Nazi Germany in rural environments. This talk explores the development of German occupation in the dominantly agrarian Province of Zeeland from 1940-1944.
Location: Laurier Military Centre, 232 King Street North, Waterloo
Cost: Free (no need to RSVP)
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Wilfrid Laurier University
Wednesday, 17 April at 7pm
“War in the Abstract: Art as a Window into Canada’s Military Past”
Art, in all its abstraction, has the ability to bring us closer than any other medium to understanding what it must have been like to experience war. Join Matt Symes as he examines art from the First World War held in the Beaverbrook Collection at the Canadian War Museum as well as other pieces held at the Library and Archives of Canada. From the famous members who went on to create the Group of Seven to the prolific but virtually unknown Mary Riter Hamilton, these spectacular images offer a sensory engagement in one of the most defining moments in Canadian history.
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