Exhibits

Onsite Exhibit

1918: Selected Records from the Last Year of the War

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This display features a selection of letters, diary entries and photographs documenting nine Manitobans serving overseas in 1918. These Manitobans include soldiers, officers and a nursing sister. This display traces the progression of the year and the war, through winter, spring, summer, fall, Armistice (11 November) and the weeks following.

The display can be viewed in the Archives' lobby through 2018. You can explore the exhibit on your own at no cost during regular business hours.

The exhibit is part of At Home and Away: Remembering the First World War through records at the Archives of Manitoba. Discover more on our blog!

Records from the time of the First World War

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Sessional Journal of the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia

Sessional Journal of the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia

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photo of Peter Fidler's journal
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