Civilian Internment in Canada TABLE OF CONTENTS


Section 1—Metanarratives

Section 2—Internment and the Ukrainian Left in Two World Wars

Section 3—Authorities, Internment, and Community Interventions

Section 4—Gender, Identity, and Interment in the Second World War

Section 5—Japanese Canadians: Resistance and Internment by Other Means

Section 6—Personal Reflections and Documents of the Internment Experience

Section 7—Commemorating Internment: Museums, Memory, and the Politics of Public History

Section 9—International Internees: Canada as “Host”

Section 8—The Politics of Redress

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