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J.L. Granatstein fonds Commemorations
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Who killed Canadian history?

File consists of articles from magazines and websites, reports, and correspondence relating to teaching history in secondary schools, the connection between history and citizenship, the role of Remembrance Day and commemoration in society, and revisions to J.L. Granatstein's book, Who Killed Canadian History?

Battle of the Atlantic Place

File consists of a promotional booklet for a development to be built around HMCS Sackville and adjacent to the Marine Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax. The booklet provides an overview of the concept, historical context, exhibits, and architectural design. It was prepared for the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust.

Never Forgotten National Memorial

File consists of a promotional booklet for a monument commemorating Canadians killed in overseas conflicts and military missions proposed to be built at Green Cove, Cape Breton Island.

Nellestyn : Afghanistan intro

File consists of articles from magazines and websites and correspondence for the book project Afghanistan : a soldier's story that involved Colonel (retired) Andrew Nellestyn.

Compact discs

File consists of a blank disc with a label showing a wreath of poppies at a war memorial with the text, "Each one lost / Bruce Cockburn," and a second disc with a rendition of the song, "I'll be seeing you," by an unidentified singer.