Canada’s rich history of honouring and remembrance
This gallery explores Canada’s long history of honouring individuals; how Canadians have remembered and commemorated their military past. Through personal stories, photographs, art and artifacts, this gallery shares the earliest forms of honouring through burial, painting or dance, to the erection of national monuments, and the role of new technology in current commemorative practices.
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Canadian War Museum, CWM2020-0027-0007-Dm