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Martha Hanna on Canadian Great War Wives
Join us February 10th to hear Martha Hanna discuss the experiences of Canadian war wives during the Great War. More than 80,000 Canadian women were married to men who left home to fight in the war, and its effects on their lives were transformative and often traumatic. Yet the everyday struggles of Canadian war wives, lived far from the battlefields of France, have remained in the shadows of historical memory. Dr. Hanna's talk will recover the voices of these women from the shadows they've occupied for so many years.

For more information about the Laurier Military History Webinar Series, please visit canadianmilitaryhistory.ca/webinar.

Feb 10, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Martha Hanna
Professor @University of Colorado Boulder
MARTHA HANNA is professor of modern European history in the Department of History at the University of Colorado Boulder. She has published two books and several articles on France and the First World War. Her most recent book "Anxious Days and Tearful Nights" (MQUP, 2020) examines how Canadian war wives experienced the First World War.