2 edition of Crisis of Quebec, 1914-1918 found in the catalog.
Crisis of Quebec, 1914-1918
Elizabeth H. Armstrong
|Statement||Elizabeth H. Armstrong. With an introd. by Joseph Levitt|
|Series||The Carleton Library -- 74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
Canadian Expeditionary Force. The Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) was the designation of the field force created by Canada for service overseas in the First World War. The force fielded several combat formations on the Western Front in France and Belgium, the largest of which was the Canadian Corps, consisting of four divisions.
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The Crisis of Quebec, by Elizabeth H. Armstrong is a welcome addition to the Carleton published init remains the best general treatment of one of the major turning points in the history of French Canada.
Restrict search to only titles where full MARC is Available. Year of publication: Year. Get this from a library. The crisis of Quebec, [Elizabeth H Armstrong]. : The Crisis of Quebec, (Carleton Library Series) (): Elizabeth Armstrong: BooksCited by: The Crisis of Quebec, by Elizabeth Armstrong,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages. Contents: The Roots of French Canadianism --The Trials of French Canadian Nationality --French Canadian Nationalism at the Outbreak of the War --The United Canada of --The Revival of National Conflict --French Canda on the Defensive, --The Conscription Conflict of --The.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Sony Alpha-A (Control) Collection_set trent External-identifierPages: Long before the Maple Spring student protests oflong before the October Crisis, Quebec’s sense of alienation from the rest of Canada had its defining moment.
The conscription crisis bitterly divided French- and English-speaking Canadians and doomed the federal Conservative Party to spend most of the 20th century in opposition. Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews Review Essays Browse All Reviews More.
Articles with Audio The Crisis of Quebec, The Crisis of Quebec, By Elizabeth H. Armstrong. pp, Columbia University Press, Author: Robert Gale Woolbert. Chapter VII – For Montreal as for much of Canada proved to be a difficult year marked by political crises, rampant inflation, coal shortages and a deadly flu epidemic.
For many French Canadians the imposition of conscription, after what most saw as. Amy J. Shaws’ Crisis of Conscience is a study of conscientious objection in Canada during World War One (WWI) (). Through the experience of these conscientious objectors (COs) Shaw offers insight into the evolving attitudes about the rights and responsibilities of citizenship during an early stage of Canadian nation s: 1.
The Crisis of Quebec Hardcover – Jan. 1 by Elizabeth H. Armstrong (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover, Jan. 1 "Please retry" Author: Elizabeth H. Armstrong. The Sir Wilfrid Laurier National Historic Site is in his birthplace, Saint-Lin-Laurentides, a town 60 km (37 mi) north of Montreal, Quebec.
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In her book, The Crisis of Quebec,Elizabeth Armstrong attributes French Canadian opposition to conscription in to a "passive sense of nationality".
On the one hand, French Canadians rejected British imperialism, a cause ardently espoused by many English Canadians. The Crisis of Quebec, () Armstrong, Robert.
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Every quarter of the economy experienced some readjustment fromand many marginal regions — including the Maritimes and the Dominion of Newfoundland — did very well as a consequence.
When the war ended, the economy had to shift again to a peacetime footing that was demand-led, rather than : John Douglas Belshaw. This is a very detailed book on the resources available to a researcher on Canadians who fought in the First World War, It is written by Glenn Wright - a military archivist at the Library and Archives Canada (LAC) and the RCMP before his recent retirement who has left no stone unturned in his description of the resources available to.
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By the end of the war, Canada had changed greatly; Canadians had been conscripted from Vancouver to St. John's; Quebec was on the verge of separating; agricultural and industrial production had increased four-fold, and Canada's government had assumed control of 4/5(2).
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The classic presentation of the English-French clash over conscription is Elizabeth Armstrong, The Crisis of Quebec, ( and subsequent editions: McGill-Queen's University Press, ). The bitter harvest of war: New Brunswick and the Conscription Crisis of Theobald, Andrew, Book, People at War.
Previous owners name written neatly to inside cover. When the First World War broke out, Britain was the unchallenged head of a cast empire, and the envy of the world.
In the postwar period, French-Canadian nationalistes would point to the conscription crisis as evidence of the impossibility of reconciling the views of French and English speakers in Canada. The events of forced the government of William Lyon Mackenzie King to tread warily over the same issue during the Second World War.
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