Aboriginal Soldiers in WW1

By Destiny Alexander

The Outbreak of the first world war in 1914

Facts
  •  The indigenous people have no reason to fight in a "foreign" war. No one realize the number of Indians who had retained a warrior ethic, in spite of government efforts over nearly half a century to suppress the poverty and to continue to privation from the government and non-Indian society.
  • More then an estimation of 3,500 native people were served in the CEF, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Most of them

Ideas

    Events

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      http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/mb_history/37/infamousproposal.shtml

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