On War & Society podcast: A Curious Case of Shell Shock with Joy Porter

In April 1918, Canadian soldier Frank Toronto Prewett was buried alive on the Western Front. Managing to claw his way out of the earth, Prewett was reborn but with a lasting trauma that manifested in a curious way. while recuperating alongside Siegfried Sassoon and...

Underestimated Leadership: Assessment of Harry Crerar’s competency during WWII

by Marianne Grenier – Canadian Military History Colloquium Web Series.

On War & Society podcast: A War of Emotions with Lucy Noakes

The first half of Britain’s twentieth century was shaped by death. Between 1914 and 1918, over 700,000 men died in the First World War, followed by another 250,000 between 1918 and 1919 from the influenza pandemic. Over three decades later, another 380,000 were killed...

Call for Papers: Submissions to the Cape Breton Highlanders Conference on Military and Social History

You are invited to submit proposals for the upcoming Cape Breton Highlanders
Conference on Military and Social History on September 30, 2021.

The Canadians who Captured the First Tiger Tanks where No Canadian Forces Fought, Part III

The third and final installment in the three-part series of “The Canadians who Captured the First Tiger where No Canadian Force Fought” by Bruce Newsome is now available on the LCMSDS Centre Blog.

On War & Society podcast: The Great War at Home with Martha Hanna

For a long time historians studying the First World War had to rely on the memoirs of soldiers, but over the last several decades, more and more letters have made their way into the archives as family members inherit and donate the written material of their relatives....

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