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Indigenous Peoples in the World Wars
Book - 2019
For King and Kanata
Canadian Indians and the First World War
Book - 2012
Cree Code Talkers | The Canadian Encyclopedia
Web Resource
It wasn't only the American Choctaw and Navajo people who helped win wars with their unbreakable code. More than 4,300 First Nations, Inuit and Metis peo...Show more It wasn't only the American Choctaw and Navajo people who helped win wars with their unbreakable code. More than 4,300 First Nations, Inuit and Metis people in Canada fought in World War II -- and this comprehensive Canadian Encyclopedia article outlines the contributions of the elite unit of Cree Code Talkers who played a pivotal role in the victory. Show less
The Scout
Tommy Prince
Graphic Novel - 2014
Three Plays
Book - 2015
When the Spirits Dance
Book - 2006
Grandpa's Girls
Book - 2011
Invisible Women, WWII Aboriginal Servicewomen
Book - 2007
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Our Women in Uniform
Book - 2003
Veteran Affairs Canada: Indigenous People in the Second World War
Web Resource
Veterans Affairs Canada has compiled this historical fact sheet outlining the accomplishments of many heroes of World War II, including Brigadier Oliver M...Show more Veterans Affairs Canada has compiled this historical fact sheet outlining the accomplishments of many heroes of World War II, including Brigadier Oliver Milton Martin, a Mohawk from the Six Nations Grand River Reserve. As a decorated hero of World War I, Martin was responsible for training hundreds of recruits in Canada during the Second World War. Show less
A Study of the Treatment Accorded to First Nations Veterans and Dependents of the Second World War and the Korean Conflict
Web Resource
Published by the Assembly of First Nations for the National Round Table on First Nations Veterans Issues, this in-depth historical assessment of the treat...Show more Published by the Assembly of First Nations for the National Round Table on First Nations Veterans Issues, this in-depth historical assessment of the treatment of Indigenous veterans and their families in the 1940s and 50 provides evidence to show that despite contributing equally to the war, Indigenous people did not see the same benefits or opportunities as non-Indigenous veterans. Show less
Canada's Wars
An Illustrated History
Book - 2010
Code Talker
[the First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII]
Book - 2011
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Code Talker
A Novel About the Navajo Marines of World War Two
Book - 2005
Chester Nez and the Unbreakable Code
A Navajo Code Talker's Story
Book - 2018
The Navajo Code Talkers
eBook - 2011
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The Navajo Code Talkers
Book - 2016
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