An Elusive Peace – Canada After WWI (at Mary Winspear Centre)


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November 11, 1918 is often regarded as a moment when Canadians won relief from four years of a punishing war and could return to the blessed routines of peacetime. Some Canadians emerged from the war with new rights—most prominently women, who gained political rights previously denied them. Yet the conclusion of the war brought little peace at home. General strikes, a mass epidemic, French-English resentments and suspicion of foreigners would be among a number of tensions that persisted well into the 1920s. Using images from the day, Larry Hannant illustrates some of the promise and grief that came with the close of a tragic war.

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