This section will contain links to pages of text that describe some of the Canadian efforts during the Great War
A brief overview of the Great War and other aspects of canadian participation
Dates of significant Canadian related events duting the Great War with links to descriptions of some of the events.
Many Canadians that went on to be quite famous served in the war. A list of some of the better known ones can be found here
Collection of maps showing some of Canada's participation in the Great War
Some information on units that served in the CEF
The groups that comprised the C.E.F. during the Great War
An overview of some of the demographics of Canadians serving in the Great War
Some information on the structure of the Canadian Army Medical Corps.
The role of Canadian Nursing Sisters in the Great War is often overlooked. This section includes a brief overview, a list of Awards granted to the Nursing Service, including the citations for the nine nursing sisters who were awarded the Military Medal, and a list of Nursing Sisters who served.
On June 27, 1918 the Canadian Hospital Ship Llandovery Castle was sunk by a German Submarine. All but 24 of the 258 people on board, including 14 Canadian Nursing Sisters lost their lives.
An overview of the salaries paid to Canadians serving in the Great War
An summary of where Canadians enlisted from during the Great War.
A readable on-line version of Appendix C of the "Official History of the Canadian Army in the First World War", by Colonel G.W.L. Nicholson, C.D.
An overview of the awards given to Canadians serving in the Great War
Abbreviations used on personnel records and military documents