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On October 3, 1914, the largest single movement of Canadians during the First World War set sail. Canada’s response to Britain’s declaration of war had been swift and
enthusiastic, with recruits quickly swelling the nation’s standing army of 3,110 to more than 30,000.
Over the course of the war, more than 650,000 men made that voyage. Sadly, more than 66,000 never returned home.
A great gift for the military historian in your life. Order yours today!
Cover image: Canadian War Museum
• Receive your FREE Témoin catalogue when you order the 2014 First World War Collection and PAY NO SHIPPING!
• This souvenir catalogue Témoin : Art canadien de la Première Guerre mondiale features 56 oil paintings, watercolours, prints, and sketches by 52 artists—a visual testament of how Canadians captured their war experiences in art, both at home and abroad.
• Each coin reflects the Mint’s highest quality standard. A frost image is struck as many as three times to achieve an incredible, crisp
impression with amazing detail.
• Special dies are hand polished and frequently replaced to maintain absolute perfection.
• You pay no GST/HST
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*While quantities last. One free gift per household. Offer valid exclusively with purchase of the First World War Collection (#141229).