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On its 90th anniversary, a look at one of Toronto's major war monuments.
Colonel Arthur Rankin is arrested at the Rossin House Hotel for inviting Canadians to the American Civil War.
David E. Hornell of Mimico and his flight crew's struggle to survive adrift in the North Atlantic
The battles of Cut Knife and Batoche, as seen by Toronto soldiers.
At U of T's annual Soldiers' Tower ceremony, one man shares his story about living, working, and surviving in Nazi Germany.
Torontonians respond to the threat of nuclear bombs during the Cold War.
As the First World War drew to a close, Torontonians raised millions of dollars in financial relief for the war effort.
Canada's first Victoria Cross recipient, Alexander Roberts Dunn, was a native of York, Upper Canada, who fought in the Crimean War and charged with the Light Brigade.