Who is who in World War 1 - great map to use in class.

Reference: History: Oxford University Press Releases Whos Who in the Outbreak of First World War Political Map/Infographic (Free)

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until 1949, when it joined Canadian Confederation.

Pre-Confederation penny from Newfoundland - Newfoundland was a separate British colony and then dominion until when it joined Canadian Confederation.

First Peoples, Early Survival and Settling Canada- Settlers to 1800: The Vikings, Portuguese, French and Loyalists. This site also includes a video map of various European Explorers [Canadian Geographic]. You can also find information about the Fur Trade.

First Peoples, Early Survival and Settling Canada- Settlers to The Vikings, Portuguese, French and Loyalists. This site also includes a video map of various European Explorers [Canadian Geographic]. You can also find information about the Fur Trade.

Info-graphic...50 Insane Facts About Canada

50 Insane Facts about Canada [Infographic]

50 Insane Facts about Canada [Infographic] Canada is a North American country consisting of ten prov

Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

Canadians aren't the only ones who pronounce it this way. The British also say zee zed. Since they invented the English language; I'm gonna say we Canadians and Brits are pronouncing it right.

'The Fighting Newfoundlander' recounts the tragic history of the 1st…

'The Fighting Newfoundlander' recounts the tragic history of the Newfoundland Regiment and their role in the first World War.

'The Fighting Newfoundlander' recounts the tragic history of the 1st Newfoundland Regiment and their role in the first World War.

'The Fighting Newfoundlander' recounts the tragic history of the Newfoundland Regiment and their role in the first World War.

Cover of 'The Old Time Songs and Poetry of Newfoundland', 1927

Traditional music represents the province's history and culture, and forms a vital link between the past and present.

Cover of 'The Old Time Songs and Poetry of Newfoundland', 1927

Traditional music represents the province's history and culture, and forms a vital link between the past and present.

Canadian WWI Propaganda Poster, found via Mental Floss - "Those who didn't want to fight (or couldn’t sign up for the army due to health issues or old age) but still wanted to serve their country could enroll in the military by joining the Canadian Forestry Battalion, which cleared areas for camps and air strips."

14 Wonderful Vintage Canadian Propaganda Posters

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