Monday, 8 May 2017

May 9 lecture notice: What We Leave Behind War Memory, Vimy Ridge, and the British Commonwealth

The Ottawa Historical Association in collaboration with Library and
Archives Canada presents a lecture:

What We Leave Behind War Memory, Vimy Ridge, and the British Commonwealth

By
Robert Engen, Assistant Professor, Royal Military College of Canada
and Andrew Horrall, Senior Archivist, Library and Archives Canada

Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. | 395 Wellington Street, 2nd Floor

Ottawa, Ontario | Library and Archives Canada

Please register at Lac-bac.gc.ca/events
or ottawahistoricalassoc@gmail.com

This lecture is free and all are welcome

"Robert Engen is an assistant professor of history at the Royal
Military College of Canada. He received his PhD from Queen's
University in 2014 and is the author of two books: "Canadians Under
Fire: Infantry Effectiveness in the Second World War," and "Strangers
in Arms: Combat Motivation in the Canadian Army."

"Andrew Horrall is a senior archivist at Library and Archives Canada,
where he works with private military collections. He holds a doctorate
in History from the University of Cambridge. He has written three
books, and has served as the NATO Archivist at NATO headquarters in
Brussels, and as an adjunct professor of History at Carleton
University."


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