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How Joseph Stalin Invented 'American Exceptionalism'

How Joseph Stalin Invented 'American Exceptionalism' | Military History | Scoop.it
The phrase is often attributed to Alexis de Tocqueville, but the real author was the Soviet dictator -- and it wasn't a compliment.
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War of 1812: Violence, glory and Canadian-ness

War of 1812: Violence, glory and Canadian-ness | Military History | Scoop.it
Grant Stoddard writes that Canadian national identity was born amid the bloody heroics of the War of 1812 against the US.
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Army goes back to the future with return to British-style ranks and designations

Army goes back to the future with return to British-style ranks and designations | Military History | Scoop.it
The rank of private will be virtually eliminated within the army and replaced with trooper, bombardier, fusilier, rifleman or guardsman, depending upon the unit
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Internment camp for Jews in Second World War a little-known piece of New Brunswick history | Toronto Star

Internment camp for Jews in Second World War a little-known piece of New Brunswick history | Toronto Star | Military History | Scoop.it
Internment Camp B70 housed more than 700 Jews in the early months of the Second World War. More than 70 years later, it’s a piece of New Brunswick history rarely spoken of and little known about.
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The Great War was a Just War

The Great War was a Just War | Military History | Scoop.it
‘At that point in Britain’s history, it was important that there was a war that ensured that Europe could continue to be a set of countries which were strong and which could be working together.’ Such...
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WW I-era Dumbells a slice of Canadian comedy history - Arts & Entertainment - CBC News

WW I-era Dumbells a slice of Canadian comedy history - Arts & Entertainment - CBC News | Military History | Scoop.it
The Dumbells, a group of soldier-entertainers who made life easier for Canadian troops on the Western front during the First World War, would be a nearly forgotten piece of history if not for Jason Wilson.
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