It Was Their War Too: Canadian Women in World War I
by Pat Staton
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2015
Number of pages: 122
The years of World War I, 1914-1918, were years of change for Canada. Canada made a place for itself in world affairs, and the country found its stride. Women in Canada too found their stride, making significant contributions to Canada's war efforts, and becoming fully engaged in the social, economic, political and cultural life of the country.
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