Honour of the Battlefield (Canadian point of view)
The battlefield, at one point in time, was a place of honour. Militants who were thought of as heroes are now viewed as mere men who have seen, and challenged, the face of death.
Before World War I, the Canadian military basically did not exist. It consisted of a platoon, and a couple of militias - a mere branch of the British army. When WWI had begun, the Canadian Army recruited men from all across the country to form a nice sized, small-country army. The Canadian militants were sent out as the "expendable" ones. Thrown against the enemy border to prevent invasion, the "Canucks" were orde…
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