Canada’s First World War: A Centennial Series on ActiveHistory.ca

Active History’s series on the history, memory, and legacy of the First World War launched in August, 2014.  The series is intentionally broad in outlook, including subjects as diverse as the war’s political impact, life on the home front, and commemoration today. It is edited by Mary Chaktsiris, Sarah Glassford, Nathan Smith, and Jonathan Weier, with former editor Christopher Schultz in a consultative role. If you are interested in contributing to this series, please check out our “Call for Blog Posts” and contact us at: canadasfww@activehistory.ca.

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