Guelph Military Lecture Series: Terry Copp, “Cities in Crisis: Montreal and Guelph in 1918,” September 27th

On Thursday, 27 September at 7pm, Terry Copp will present on “Cities in Crisis: Montreal and Guelph in 1918. How citizens of Canadian cities responded to the challenges of the First World War” at the Guelph Civic Museum.

Terry Copp is Professor Emeritus in the Department of History at Wilfrid Laurier University. Terry is author or co-author of some 20 books, including Cinderella Army: and Fields of Fire, and was lead historian for the acclaimed No Price Too Hightelevision series. He recently completed a digital project on Montreal during the First World War (montrealatwar.com) and is currently working on a new guidebook to the battlefields of Dieppe and Normandy.

Guelph Civic Museum is located at 52 Norfolk Street in Guelph. Admission is by donation. 

 



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