Historian Jack Granatstein presents Canada's One Hundred Days on Dec. 3
North York Central Library continues with the eh List author series and its World War I Centenary programs. Award winning Canadian historian Jack Granatstein will discuss his new book The greatest victory : Canada's one hundred days, 1918. Granatstein examines the contribution of the Canadian Corps from Amiens to Mons from August 8, 1918 leading up to the armistice on November 11, 1918, known as Canada's One Hundred Days. Canadians not only helped put an end to the war, they helped shape the course of warfare that would follow later in World War II.
North York Central Library, Auditorium
Wednesday December 3,
Toronto Public Library is offering many programs to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. The library also owns many items including regimental histories, biographies and if you are looking for the names of your ancestors who served in WWI, nominal rolls. Below are just a few examples:
This program is co-hosted by the Canadiana, Language Literature and Fine Arts and the Society and Recreation Departments of the North York Central Library.