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Canadian History Roundup – Week of November 5, 2017

World War Two poster featuring a woman in a military uniform, standing in front of a line of airmen. There are four planes flying overhead, three in the distance, and one closer. The poster reads: "She serves that men may fly : Enlist today in the R.C.A.F."

Harris, Ted. “She serves that men may fly: Enlist today in the R.C.A.F.” McGill Library Digital Collections Rare Books and Special Collections. WP2.R28.F5

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That’s it for this week! I thought I would separate out the stuff for Aboriginal Veterans Day and Remembrance Day, just to make the roundup easier to read. I hope you enjoyed this week’s roundup! If you did, please consider sharing it on the social media platform of your choice! And don’t forget to check back on Tuesday for a brand new Historians’ Histories! See you then!

Quick programming note: Normally I would be posting my Best New Articles this coming week, but I’m swamped with marking and I can’t find any time to read. Plus, at least five journals have published issues this month. So, I’m going to push it to the beginning of December, and have a two-part post covering both months. I hope this is ok!

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