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HIS368H5 Canada in the First World War

A guide to help students with research and assignments.


Welcome to the research guide for HIS368H5 Fall 2014.

1914, Courtesy of Toronto Public Library

This guide is designed to introduce a selection of resources to use to complete research.

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Subject Guide

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