Canada: War and Empire, 1870-1930

A course on the role of imperialism and war on the expressions of French-Canadian, English-Canadian, and Indigenous nationalisms in Canada between the Red River Rebellion and the decade after the Great War.
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Laptops are common in lecture halls worldwide. Students hear a lecture at the Johann Wolfang Goethe-University on Oct. 13, 2014, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Attention, Students: Put Your Laptops Away

Are Hand Written Notes Better?- Laptops are common in lecture halls worldwide. Students hear a lecture at the Johann Wolfang Goethe-University on Oct. in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

The Best Way To Remember Something? Take Notes By Hand | Co.Design | business + design

The Best Way To Remember Something? Take Notes By Hand

People who write notes by hand remember the content of meetings and lectures better than those who use laptops, new research shows.

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A cartoon from the Archives of Ontario, about women fighting for the right to vote. They wouldn't get it for another 7 years. Hard to believe we've had the vote for less than a century.

The Danger Tree is a petrified tree and the only original tree in Newfoundland Memorial Park to survive the 1914-1918 fighting in this location. The Newfoundland Memorial Park is a site on the Somme battlefield near to Beaumont Hamel which was named after the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, that had provided one battalion of 800 men to serve with the British and Commonwealth Armies in the action of 1st July 1916. The site is also a memorial to all the Newfoundlanders who fought in the First…

The fate of a single Newfoundland regiment at Beaumont-Hamel became the story of a province: a symbol and a scar

Anglo Boer War Summary, Canadian infantrymen engaging the Boers, 18 February 1900. PA-181414

Anglo Boer War Summary, Canadian infantrymen engaging the Boers, 18 February

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