British Columbia History Internet/Web Site
Historical Disciplines and Subjects: Military
- British Columbia
Military Heritage Society
- Canada and the First
World War (National Archives of Canada) is an online exhibit based on
National Archives records.
- Canadian Expeditionary Force
(CEF) Database (National Archives of Canada)
- The Canadian
Letters and Images Project: An Online Project to Preserve Canada's Wartime
Experience Through Letters and Images (History Dept., Malaspina
University-College). Transcriptions and digital facsimiles of letters, along
with photographs, relating to Canadians in various wars.
- The Canadian
Military History Project (Brian Lee Massey and Lorine McGinnis
- Canadian Virtual War Memorial
(Veterans Affairs Canada and Canada's Digital Collections) includes a complete
database of all known Canadians killed in military combat since The Nile
Expedition (1884-1885). The database also contains military awards and a
cemetery location. Links are available to other Web sites documenting Canadian
war dead. The public is encouraged to submit information and photographs of
ancestors or relatives killed or missing in battle.
- Canadian War
Artists Exhibition (National Archives of Canada)
- Canadian War Poster
Collection (Rare Books and Special Collections Division McGill University
Remembered: The World Wars Through Canadian Eyes (Canada's Digital
- Directorate of History and
Heritage, National Defence Canada, includes online editions of out-of-print
official military histories, a database of
Significant Dates in
Canadian Military History, and other historical information about Canada's
- Drobnicki, John A. The War of Griffin’s Pig: A Bibliography of the Anglo-American Northwest
Boundary Dispute. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, c1999. Hosted by
York College, City University of New York (CUNY). Originally published in
the Bulletin of Bibliography, Vol. 56, No. 2
(June 1999), 65-68. Date accessed: 2002.07.23. Date added: 2002.07.23.
- 54th Kootenay
Battalion, CEF, 1915-1919 (Patricia A. Rogers) documents the history of
this First World War military unit. This Web site was awarded the second
BC History Web Site Prize on May 5, 2001
- Fort Rodd Hill
National Historic Site (Victoria)
- From Colony to Country: A
Reader's Guide to Canadian Military History (National Library of
Canada) is an online bibliographic guide to Canada military actions in the
Northwest Rebellion, South African War, and World War One.
- An Interactive History of
the Canadian Navy (Canada's Digital
Collections). Date added: 2001.08.22.
Canadian Internment Information at the University of Washington Libraries
- My Grandmother's Wartime Diary (Veterans Affairs Canada) is an anthology of World War Two reminiscences. Date added: 2001.10.11.
Heritage (Maritime Forces Pacific, Esquimalt, National Defence Canada)
- Pieces of Paper:
Japanese Air Balloon Bombings Against North America During World War II (Canada's Digital
- Royal Westminster Regiment
(New Westminster; official site)
- San Juan
Island National Historic Park (San Juan Island, WA) commemorates the joint
military occupation by American and British troops between 1859-1872 of the
site of the Pig War.
- Vancouver Wireless
Station (By Jim Troyanek). Illustrated history of the Royal Canadian Corps
of Signals (RCCS) Vancouver Wireless Station which operated in Delta, BC, from
1949 to August 1971 when it was moved to Queen Charlotte Islands.
- Veterans Affairs Canada
Bonding: Wartime Messages from Canada's Government, 1939-1945
Exhibition (National Archives of Canada)
- We Will
Remember Them: The Lives Behind the Richmond Cenotaph (City of Richmond
Archives, BC). Researched and written by Mary Keen.
- "We Will Remember":
War Monuments in Canada (Canada's Digital
Compiled by David
Mattison, Victoria Telecommunity
Network, BC. Copyright © 1995-2003 by David Mattison. This page may be
freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion without my consent.