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Thursday, August 22, 2019
 
 
Black Canadians have a long and honourable tradition of patriotism, sacrifice and heroism in the British and Canadian Armed Forces. From the American Revolution (1775-83) to the Korean War (1950-53), Blacks fought, bled and died on behalf of Empire, King and Country.

The Black Battalion: 1916-1920 Canada’s Best Kept Military Secret
Calvin W. Ruck, Nimbus Publishing Limited, 1987, p. 1.
 
 
Early Period
World War I
World War II (Includes a Tribute to Veterans)
Korean and Vietnam Wars
Military Profiles
 
Click here to view a video clip of Elise Harding-Davis, Curator of The North American Black Historical Museum, discussing African Canadian military history.
 

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