Ep7-War to End All Wars-Les Canadiens Français et la Première Guerre Mondiale
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Episode Seven - Les Canadiens Français et la Première Guerre Mondiale
FR - Professeurs Marcel Martel, Colin Coates et Roberto Perin discuter de la guerre du point de vue des Canadiens français, notamment le rôle joué par
l'Église Catholique, la conscription et les luttes politiques entre les premiers ministres Robert Bordon et Wilfrid Laurie.
In this documentary series commemorating the 100th anniversary of the First World War, award-winning documentary filmmaker Mark Terry interviews professors in York University's Department of History examine various aspects of the war and the role Canada played in it.
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