May 29 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Lecture by Terry Copp: Montreal 14-18

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Add to Calendar 29-05-2019 13:30 29-05-2019 14:30 America/Toronto Lecture by Terry Copp: Montreal 14-18

How Montréal experienced the Great War Drawing from Terry Copp and Alexander Maavara’s digital book “Montreal At War 1914-1918”, the lecture tells the story of how Montrealers of all classes experienced the war that was supposed to “end all wars.” The public will discover some of the evocative moments in Montréal’s wartime history. Terry Copp… Full details 

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How Montréal experienced the Great War Drawing from Terry Copp and Alexander Maavara’s digital book "Montreal At War 1914-1918", the lecture tells the story of how Montrealers of all classes experienced the war that was supposed to “end all wars.” The public will discover some of the evocative moments in Montréal’s wartime history. Terry Copp is Professor Emeritus as well as Founder and Director of the Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies (LCMSDS), a research centre at Wilfrid Laurier University. One of Canada’s leading military historians for the last 50 years, he is the author and co-author of over 20 books and numerous scholarly articles on the Canadian Army’s operations and experience during both world wars.